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MBA4 Climate presidency acknowledged

MANASA KALOUNIVITI
Monday, January 29, 2018

Update: 5:33PM THE immediate past president and board member of Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation (FCEF) Himen Chandra officially acknowledged receipt of the MBA4 Climate presidency today.

Fiji Business Disaster Resilience Council deputy chair and FCEF board member Leonard Chan, who was present in Bonn, Germany, last year during COP 23, yesterday handed over the document, now known as the Fiji Declaration, to senior officials of FCEF.

The FCEF received the presidency of the MBA4 Climate, now known as the Fiji Declaration, in Bonn, Germany, after Fiji was accorded the COP 23 presidency last November.

"The key challenge is to move this declaration forward from the benchmark set up by Morocco," Mr Chand said.

The FCEF's MBA4 Climate presidency would run in conjunction with Fiji�s COP 23 presidency which started last November.








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