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Minister challenges maritime players

By SITERI SAUVAKACOLO
Monday, June 09, 2014

Update: 2:24PM PARTICIPANTS of the two- day Maritime Safety Authority of Fiji's Stakeholder Draft Regulations workshop were challenged to discuss maritime safety shipping standard and marine protection during their workshop this morning.

Works and Transport Minister Colonel Timoci Natuva in his opening address at the Holiday Inn in Suva said: Ladies and gentlemen, this is the challenge that I pose for you today and hope that the outcome of this workshop will go a long way in enhancing maritime safety shipping standards and the protection of Fijis pristine marine environment, for the benefit of our people and of our nation.

The workshop is attended by agents from around the country.


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