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Chinese envoy visits PIDF secretariat

By TEVITA VUIBAU
Saturday, May 10, 2014

Update: 10:00AM THE Ambassador for the Peoples Republic of China to Fiji Huang Yong has expressed his government's willingness to assist the Pacific Islands Development Forum.

Mr Yong paid a courtesy visit to the PIDF Secretary General Feleti Teo at the forum office in Suva yesterday.

 Mr Teo noted that Mr Yong was the first ambassador from an important development partner to visit the PIDF Secretariat Building since its opening by the Prime Minister on April 26.

 Mr Teo also acknowledged the generous support extended to the PIDF by the Peoples Republic of China when it provided sponsorship to the highly successful inaugural meeting of the PIDF last August.








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