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Rabuka meets with peace experts

Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka met with a group of peace experts who have highlighted their support for the Prime Minister’s ideology for the Pacific to be a ‘Zone of Peace’.

The concept proposed by the Prime Minister at the UN General Assembly last year aims to promote peace in Fiji and create a future characterized by regional and global solidarity and the collective well-being of humanity.

The Prime Minister said that peace-building at home, in the region, and on the global stage is the key agenda for Fiji and a priority of the Government.

It was highlighted during the meeting that the concept must align with the peace and security agenda and existing regional framework that reflects the priorities of the initiative.

Discussions also focused on how peace can address critical areas such as the climate crisis, food and human security, poverty, and wars.

Rabuka expressed his gratitude to the team for their interest in his vision, adding that promoting peace should be a collective effort.

The experts have shown their support to the Prime Minister in contextualizing and achieving his vision of an Ocean of Peace.

Ilaitia Ravuwai
Ilaitia Ravuwai
Journalist | news@fijilive.com

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