18th October 05:15 PM
COP23 celebrations in Suva on Friday
By Apenisa Waqairadovu
Monday 20/11/2017
Permanent Secretary for I-taukei affairs Naipote Katonitabua

The success of Fiji’s Presidency of COP23 will be celebrated at Albert Park in Suva on Friday.

Permanent Secretary for I-taukei affairs Naipote Katonitabua says that a deserving celebration is fitting as this is the first time a small Pacific Island Nation took up the role of Presidency.

Naipote says that members of the public are invited to attend the event to celebrate a milestone achievement that we as a nation have all contributed towards.

The event which is the “Vakasenuqanuqa” will start with a march from the Suva Bus Stand at 9.30am while the traditional ceremony will start at 11am.

The Ministry of i-taukei affairs has also reached out to the Vanua for their participation at the event.

The formalities will include the I-vakasobu, Qaloqalovi, vakamamaca, Sevusevu and other traditional protocols and will also feature some entertainment.

An event room will also be set up to showcase what the team had covered during the COP23.

The Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama and the team will arrive in the country tomorrow afternoon.

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