Cabinet agrees for Germany to establish embassy in Fiji

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The Government of the Federal Republic of Germany will soon have its first diplomatic mission in Fiji.

Cabinet had agreed to the establishment of the German embassy in Fiji, which it stated would allow for greater cooperation on business opportunities and investments in both countries.

It said the presence of the mission would also encourage greater people to people cooperation through education opportunities in Germany and the European region.

According to Cabinet, Fiji and Germany had maintained diplomatic relations since August 1, 1973.

Germany does not have an embassy in Fiji but is represented by its embassy in Wellington, New Zealand, and has an honorary consul in Fiji.

Germany supports Fiji’s development through EU projects in critical areas such as climate change adaption, disaster risk reduction, sustainable rural livelihoods, public administration reform and governance, gender and human rights, infrastructure, education and vocational training, as well as health.

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