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Fiji PM To Chair National Advisory Council Meeting

Prime Minister to chair meeting

Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama will chair this years National Advisory Council meeting which will be held at the Raffles Trade Winds Hotel from July 16.

With the theme " Moving Fiji forward through partnership between government and communities," the meeting will focus on important development issues like infrastructural development for the various communities.

Comprising of members from the Indian and minority communities around the country, the National Advisory Council Meeting is held twice every year, where members get to discuss critical issues at a national forum.

The meeting will begin at 8.30am.

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