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PM receives Veisamasama

Talebula Kate
Sunday, February 25, 2018

Update: 12:33PM FIJI'S Ambassador designate to Indonesia, Seleima Veisamasama met with Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs office last Friday before departing today for her diplomatic posting.

Mrs Veisamasama is a graduate of the University of the South Pacific (USP), where she attained a Bachelor of Science and Diploma in Education and a Certificate in Diplomacy and International Relations.

She is currently pursuing a Post Graduate Certificate in Governance at USP.

Prior to her diplomatic appointment, Mrs Veisamasama was a school teacher, serving for 38 years in the education sector. 

She has also worked for several Non-Government Organizations, including the World Wildlife Fund in 2006.

Mrs Veisamasama is passionate advocate for the fight against substance abuse, awareness of HIV and AIDS, and the prevention of teenage pregnancy in Fiji.

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