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Fijian Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama met the President of China Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Belt and Road Forum Leaders Roundtable in China.
While speaking at the round table meeting, Bainimarama said that they are striving for a successful presidency of COP 23, not just for the sake of Fiji’s prestige.
Bainimarama says he strives for the nations of the world to succeed in Fiji’s joint endeavor to save ourselves from an intolerable future.
Bainimarama said that Fiji’s success will be humankind’s success.
He said it will mean success for biodiversity, for animal and plant life on the planet and it will be success for the future of our children.
Bainimarama said he was looking forward to working with the Chinese president to defend the Paris Agreement and its full implementation in Bonn this November.
SOURCE: FIJI VILLAGE/PACNEWS
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