Saturday, November 07, 2009

Fiji Crisis Discussed

Don’t over dramatise situation-McCully


The New Zealand Foreign Minister said people should not see the events in Fiji this week as overly dramatic.
According to reports from ABC news, Minister Murray McCully said the expulsion of the Australia and New Zealand's top diplomats out of Suva isn't getting him upset, adding they have in this relationship with Fiji some ups and downs, and that right now we have just been having a down.

McCully has been discussing the Fiji problem with Samoan Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele.

Meanwhile a senior Solomon Islands government official said isolation Fiji from dialogue with Australia, New Zealand and other Pacific countries won't help the nation's situation.

The special Secretary to the Solomon Islands Prime Minister John Keniapisia said the latest deterioration in relations between the three countries is unfortunate.

Keniapisia said it is unfortunate because in the world today, no man is an island, and we always need each other, and we always support each othe

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