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Countries must support efforts to spur implementation of voluntary commitments on SDG 14: Fiji PM
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9:05 pm GMT+12, 20/09/2017, United States
“I’m pleased to reaffirm that Fiji will continue to be dedicated to this course, particularly after the inaugural UN Oceans Conference under my co-Presidency with the Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden. Now that we are into the three-year implementation phase, I’m glad that Fiji will…
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Solomon Islands Government pursues UN peace-building fund
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Vanuatu Government MPs defect to Opposition
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Natural disasters cost Pacific $502m
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American Samoa AG responds 'OK to board’ to enter the U.S
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Aust PM Turnbull says North Korea will be 'wiped out' if regime attacks US
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Tuvalu emphasises stance on climate change and finance at Fiji side-event
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Tuvalu appeals to 'climate tourists'
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PM O’Neill to deliver PNG country statement at UN General Assembly
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Solomon Islands government promises to bring back anti-corruption bill
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MSG deputy director general appointed
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EU pledges support to Fiji’s Presidency of COP23
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NZ to sign prohibition of nuclear weapons treaty
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