Resident Pacific Island Ambassadors in Tokyo after having their consultation meeting on Monday, 2nd March 2015 at the Embassy of Papua New Guinea, Tokyo.
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As part of FET Outreach to various institutes and organizations throughout Japan, the Embassy conducted a Fiji Tourism & Marketing Promotion Seminar at the JICA Tokyo Training Center on Thursday 26th February 2015. About 7(seven) JICA trainees from Albania, Estonia, Kosovo, Croatia, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Ukraine and Montenegro and JICA Tokyo Staffs […]
The Director of Inter Actions Corporation (IAC), Mr Nobuo Kiji held consultations with HE Ambassador Isikeli Mataitoga on Thursday 26th February 2015, to discuss on project areas IAC is involved in and discuss possible investment cooperation. In December 2013, PM Bainimarama commissioned the Rukua Village Solar Grid Project which was undertaken by Inter Action Corporation […]
The first ever Senior Officials Meeting [SOM] at the level of Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs [Permananet Secretary] took place in Suva, Fiji from 4-5 February 2015. The holding of this meeting came following the approval given during the meeting between Rear Admiral [Rtd] Josaia V. BAINIMARAMA, Prime Minister of Fiji and HE Mr. Sergey […]
On Tuesday 17 February 2015, HE Ambassador Isikeli Mataitoga paid a courtesy call on Hon. Shinako TSUCHIYA, Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives at the Member of the House of Representatives Building in Nagata-cho, Tokyo. The Ambassador thanked Hon. Tsuchiya for the opportunity to discuss bilateral matters that would […]
The Director of Sales Department, Mr Takashi Hoshino and Sales Manager, Mr Rajesh Paul held consultations with HE Ambassador Isikeli Mataitoga on Tuesday, 17 February 2015, to discuss hotel promotional cooperation between Fiji and Okura Hotel, Tokyo. (l-r) Mr Paul, HE Isikeli Mataitoga and Mr Hoshino
The Fiji Embassy in Tokyo has today launched its FET-NAVTI “Twin Cab” Project Appeal to raise funds for the Navuso Agricultural and Vocational Training Institute (NAVTI), which desperately need a twin cab for academic purposes. Located in Navuso, Naitasiri, Fiji, NAVTI provides training to about 80 less advantaged youths. Its aim is to empower youths […]
On 10th February 2015, Ms. Margareta Wahlström, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Disaster Risk Reduction, and HE Mr. Kenichi Suganuma, Ambassador in Charge of the Third World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction, conducted a presentation on the logistic arrangement and the collaborated services and efforts provided by the host country, Japan and […]
On 10th February 2015, Japan’s new Development Cooperation Charter was approved by the Cabinet. On the same day, a presentation on the approved Charter was convened at the Nippon Press Building by Mr. Ken Okaniwa, Deputy Director-General of the International Cooperation Bureau and Deputy Press Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to explain about […]
On Wednesday 4 February 2015, JRFU Liaison Officer Ms Amy Matsuo visited the Embassy to provide an update on the upcoming Tokyo Sevens 2015. With 7s Rugby chosen as the new official Olympic sport at 2016 Rio de Janeiro, this year’s Tokyo Sevens is promised to be full of excitement and enthusiasm. 16 teams will […]