Solomon Islands Government Glad to Assist Fiji

The Solomon Islands Government is happy to engage in any mission that will help Fiji out of its problems and pressures.

This is the reassurance from Solomon Island Prime Minister's Office responding to questions sent by Fijivillage stating that the Solomon Islands maintains an open door policy on Fiji's situation and is happy to engage in any mission that will help Fiji. Speaking to Fijivillage from Honiara this morning Secretary to the Prime Ministers Office Jeremiah Manele said the Solomon Islands stands ready to help Fiji.

Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs Solo Mara confirmed that along with Dr Derek Sikua, the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea Sir Michael Somare, Kiribati President Anote Tong will be attending the Engaging with the Pacific Meeting. The Ministry is in talks with five other Pacific countries and is  awaiting the confirmation of the level of their participation.

The meeting next week on Thursday and Friday in Natadola will also see Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama give a briefing on the progress and challenges of the implementation of the Road Map for Democracy and Sustainable Socioeconomic Development as well as open the floor for important regional development issues like Climate Change.


Anonymous said…
Wanting to hear it straight from the PM

Why doesn't the PM brief the international media on his progress to democracy showing exactly what steps they have taken to date, how the progress on new constitution is going and exactly what sort of help they need ?

Why does need a closed meeting to do that ? He claims no one understands so why not give the world the detail it needs, show them he is on top of things and re-confirm he will have elections in 2014 and step aside to the elected government ?

Please Mr PM
Anonymous said…
@ please mr PM

I think you will be waiting a long long time.
sara'ssista said…
SI will be happy to assist with everything short of money and expertise. Thanks. Over to you Aus, Nz, US and EU coz we is broke.

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