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US plans to reopen aid office in Fiji

 

Mar 05, 2011 12:00:00 AM

The United States government has shelved plans to reopen its U.S Agency for International Development office in Fiji following a resolution passed by the U.S Senate last month.

The resolution seeks sharp cuts to foreign assistance as part of the U.S government’s efforts to rein in government spending, reports Associated Press.

Last year, U.S Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced the reopening of the USAID office saying that it was part of the American government’s intentions to step up its engagement in the Pacific region on every front - development, military, bilateral relationships and regional organizations such as the East Asia Summit and Asean.

The USAID center would have had a budget of $27.5million specifically focused on climate change mitigation.

By Repeka Nasiko

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