Voter Registration Exercise

Voter Registration Exercise

Dear Fiji Nationals,

Ni sa bula vinaka!

As you maybe aware, the Fijian Election Office will be undertaking another round of overseas voter registration drive, with the objective of registering eligible voters that have yet register for the 2018 General Elections.

It is for this purpose that the Embassy is again reaching out to the Fijian Community in Japan, to gauge the interest particularly for eligible voters who are yet to register.

The Embassy undertook a similar exercise in 2017, however, did not generate enough interest.

To assist the Fijian Election Office make the decision on extending the registration drive to Japan, and subsequently plan for their logistics, we would be grateful if you can firm-up on the items below;

  1. Confirm if you are not a registered voter yet
  2. Apart from your Prefectures, please indicate if you will be able to travel to one of the following Prefectures for registration; Akita, Tokyo, Osaka and Oita.

To assist the Embassy on the above, we would be grateful if you can furnish us your information in the table below, by Wednesday 13th June, 2017.

Feel free to contact the First Secretary, Mr.Isikeli Nadalo, via email or phone should you have any queries.


Phone: 03-3587-2038


Appreciate if you can also pass this information on to your other fellow Fijians.

We will be grateful for your assistance on this and we look forward to your response/support.


Fiji Embassy Tokyo


details – voter registration

SURNAME FIRST NAME Gender DOB Occupation Address Region/Prefecture Email Telephone Passport valid Comments
Kerry Daniel M 12/2/77 student Shin Yoshida Higashi 10-11-12-3, Kohoku-ku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 223-0058 Kanagawa 080-3587-2038 Sept-2022 Japanese spouse (2 kids with Japanese passport)
Baleilikuri Jonetani M 10/08/81 Teacher Red Forest 304, Azabujuban 5-11-19, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 106-0045, Japan. Tokyo 080-3166-4845 November – 2024 Japanese spouse (no kids with Fiji passport)

“Request for Proposals” from Master Planners – Wairabetia Economic Zone Project

The Wairabetia Economic Zone project, a development undertaking by the Fiji Ministry of Industry, Trade & Tourism (MITT), is currently at its design consultancy phase.

The Project Manager, Houng Lee Kaba Jacob, is now calling for “Fee Proposals” by suitable Master Planners for the “master planning” phase of the project.

The request for proposals (RFP) for the Master Planning scope is provided in the link below;

Wairabetia Economic Zone – Master Planning Consultancy Brief 2018

For further information/clarification, please contact Ms.Pallvi on or on +679-330-5411.

You can also contact the Fiji Embassy in Tokyo.

Thank you



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Fiji delegation meeting

Fiji’s delegation; Hon.Luveni, HonAkbar and Hon.Vadei among Parliamentarians partcipants at the 2-day Global Health Forum

The Forum on Global Health provides a platform for parliamentarians from 30 countries to exchange ideas in promoting action for achieving health targets under the Sustainable Development Goals (2030 SDGs), particularly through accelerating actions in priority issues like NCDs and healthy ageing.



Fiji Embassy Tokyo

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The Honorable Dr Jiko Luveni Speaker of the Fijian Parliament  had a meeting with her Japanese counterpart, the Honorable Mr Tadamori Oshima the Speaker of the House of Representative of the Japanese Diet in Tokyo on 23 August 2017.

The Hon.Dr.Luveni was in Tokyo, Japan, leading the Fiji Parliamentary delegation to the Asia-Pacific Parliamentary Forum on Global Health, and also took the opportunity to pay a courtesy  call on her counterpart.

The two leaders exchanged comments covering several issues and the role of Parliamentarians in promoting these issues.



Oceans Campaign – Socia Media Buzz

Fiji, like all other Pacific and Island countries, has an existential stake in the well-being of our Oceans.

As Fiji counts down to jointly hosting the Oceans Conference in New York from 5-9 June, 2017, we urge everyone’s support towards this very important Conference.

Help us create publicity by “liking” the Fiji Ministry of Foreign Affair’s social media pages;

Facebook- Fiji Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Twitter- @MFA Fiji

Our hastags are: #SDG14Fiji   #saveourocean  #Fiji


Help us safeguard our Oceans and Seas!



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