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Pacific Forum Leaders Attend Retreat

Pacific Forum Leaders Attend Retreat

24th October, 2006

The Pacific Island Forum Leader’s are currently at a Retreat at the Golf and Racket pro shop, Sheraton Fiji Resort this morning.

The Forum Leaders retreat began at 11am this morning and continues until 5pm.

With the retreat convening behind close doors, it is assumed that Leaders will discuss relevant issues concerning the Pacific.

The Leaders retreat will be centered on informal discussions, the outcome to be presented in a communiqué later this afternoon.

The spectacular guard of honor mounted by the Fiji Military Forces and traditional ceremonies of welcome set the platform for 37th Forum Leaders Meeting on a high note.

Issues such as the RAMSI, regional trade and security, tops the Leader’s agenda.

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