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Flotilla Askes Nauru To Allow Delegation Ashore


AustHumanRightsNews Flotillas of Hope - Contacting Nauru

Should you wish to contact the Nauruan Government to ask them to reconsider their decision not to allow the Flotillas of Hope to land on Nauru to deliver their "Cargo of Hope" and to meet with asylum seekers.

Flotillas of Hope are requesting that they be granted permission to land at Nauru for ONE DAY ONLY, to deliver their gifts, deliver their messages of Hope and to meet with the asylum seekers. Please find below contact details.

Subject: Contacting Nauru

Members of Parliament - Nauru

President Renee Harris, Parliament House, Yaren District, Republic of NAURU.

Office of the President, Republic of Nauru, Central Pacific Ph: (674) 444-3772 Fax: (674) 444-3776 Function Name Position Salutation Head of State HE The Hon Mr Rene Harris President Your Excellency Head of Government HE The Hon Mr Rene Harris President Your Excellency Foreign Minister HE The Hon Mr Rene Harris President Your Excellency Trade Minister HE The Hon Mr Rene Harris President Your Excellency

Ph: (674)4443772 Fax: (674) 444-3776 Rusell Kuhn, Justice Minister, Parliament House, Yaren District, Nauru

Secretary for Justice (tel: 444-3747, 444-3160; fax: 444-3108).

Secretary for External Affairs (tel: 444-3191, 444-3701; fax: 444-3105).

Department of Island Development and Industry, Government Offices, Aiwo District (tel: 444-3191; fax: 444-3791).

For international connection to Nauru phone 0011/0018 +674 + number

fax 0015 + 674 + number

The Australian High Commission in Suva, Fiji is responsible for Australian affairs in Nauru.

Australian High Commission, Fiji Head of Mission Australian High Commissioner to Fiji

Address 37 Princes Rd (Tamavua) Suva Fiji

Postal address PO Box 214 Suva

Telephone 679 338 2211

Fax 679 338 2065

International code for FIJI

Phone 0011/0018 + number

Fax 0015 + number

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