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Australia’s assistance to Fiji in the aftermath of TC Yasa is a true reflection of the Vuvale Partnership – PM

Australia’s assistance to Fiji in the aftermath of TC Yasa is a true reflection of the Vuvale Partnership – PM

By Naveel Krishant
Monday 25/01/2021
PM Voreqe Bainimarama Australian PM Scott Morrison. [image: supplied]

Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says Australia’s swift assistance to Fiji in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Yasa, is a true reflection of the Vuvale Partnership.

While giving his congratulatory message to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison as Australia Celebrates its National Day tomorrow, Bainimarama says the bilateral relations have soared to greater heights through the Vuvale Partnership with strengthened people to people links and elevated engagements and cooperation between the two nations.

Bainimarama reaffirmed Fiji’s commitment to continue working closely with Australia in building a brighter and resilient future for the two nations and for regional prosperity.

The Prime Minister adds that Fijians acknowledge the sacrifice by the Australian Defence Force onboard the HMAS Adelaide Team who spent their Christmas and New Year’s providing logistical support and humanitarian assistance to Fiji.

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