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PM opens PIDF Secretariat

MAIKA BOLATIKI Suva The Prime Minister, Rear Admiral (Retired) Voreqe Bainimarama, yesterday officiated at the inauguration of the new headquarters of the Secretariat of the Pacific Islands Development Forum. In his address he said: “We are beginning a new era of regional co-operation – one that is much more inclusive than that of any existing structure.” He said as the PIDF was a grand coalition of Pacific governments, civil society organisations and businesses, all working together to enhance the cause of Pacific peoples everywhere; it was a great honour for Fiji to be given the responsibility of providing this new organisation with a home. “Every Fijian joins me in welcoming the PIDF Secretariat to Fiji, and especially the citizens of our

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capital, Suva.” He said at the inaugural PIDF meet in Nadi last August that they were determined to avoid any hint of extravagance as they set out to build the PIDF from the ground up. “We want the PIDF to reflect the values of the grassroots – ordinary Pacific islanders – because that is who we are here to serve. So this is not a grand headquarters – a luxurious new building to house a bloated bureaucracy – but an old colonial residence that more recently housed the Fijian Government’s Audio Visual Unit.” He said all would agree that the restoration and refurbishment of this building had provided members with a very serviceable headquarters for the Secretariat. “It is relatively modest in keeping with our objectives but I’m sure it will also be a pleasant and productive environment for those who work here.” Government provided $1,064,900 to meet the total cost of the refurbishment. Source: Fiji Sun Website

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