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Fiji Travel Advisory

Please see attached the latest information posted on
www.safetravel.govt.nz
This information updates previous material, but there has been no change in the level of advice. Any updates will be published on the website.

Safetravel also has a section which outlines how the three-tier New Zealand system for travel advisories works.

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Fiji Travel Advisory
Consular Division
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade
WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND


FIJI

Revised on 1 November 2006


Tensions between the Government of Fiji and Fiji Military Forces continue. Although the situation is currently calm, this could change with little warning. New Zealanders planning to visit Fiji should monitor both the media and this website for any updates.

In the event of the situation deteriorating, New Zealanders in Fiji are unlikely to be targeted but should take measures to avoid being caught up inadvertently in any violence, including by avoiding demonstrations and large gatherings.

See our regional advice for the Pacific.

New Zealanders travelling or resident in Fiji are encouraged to record their details online at www.safetravel.govt.nz


New Zealand High Commission, Fiji

Contact details are

Street address Reserve Bank of Fiji Building, Pratt St, Suva, Fiji
Postal address: P O Box 1378, Suva, Fiji
Telephone +679 331 1422 Fax +679 330 0842
Email nzhc[at]connect.com.fj
Office hours Mon – Fri 0830 – 1630 hrs


ENDS

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