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Envoy presents his credentials to Lebanon President

By SHALVEEN CHAND
Sunday, February 09, 2014

Update: 2:05PM FIJI'S resident envoy to the United Arab Emirates, Ambassador Robin Nair recently presented his credentials to the President of the Republic of Lebanon, Michel Suleiman.

Mr Nair conveyed the greetings from Fijian government, saying Lebanon and Fiji have had a along relationship.

 Mr Nair said despite Fiji's historic presence in the areas of peacekeeping, more attention would be given to areas that could strengthen relations between Fiji and the Middle East. 

Mr Nair briefed the Lebanese Foreign Ministry on the successful launch of Pacific Islands Development Forum (PIDF) and its role in developing a roadmap to sustainable development of the region, through the green and blue economies.








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