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  • On May 19, Ambassador Cefkin met with the newly appointed Kiribati President Taneti Mamau. The Ambassador congratulated President Mamau.

    On May 19, Ambassador Cefkin met with the newly appointed Kiribati President Taneti Mamau. The Ambassador congratulated President Mamau.

  • On May 17, Ambassador Cefkin hosted a luncheon in honor of the visiting U.S. Secretary of the Navy Raymond Mabus. The event was attended by Fiji defense leaders.

    On May 17, Ambassador Cefkin hosted a luncheon in honor of the visiting U.S. Secretary of the Navy Raymond Mabus. The event was attended by Fiji defense leaders.

  • On May 9, the USS Spruance arrived in the Kingdom of Tonga, as part of a routine port visit to enhance maritime partnerships and theater cooperation in the region.

    On May 9, the USS Spruance arrived in the Kingdom of Tonga, as part of a routine port visit to enhance maritime partnerships and theater cooperation in the region.

  • On May 5, Ambassador Cefkin presented a collection of books to Kioa Island School in the Tuvaluan Community of Kioa in Fiji, affected by cyclone Winston.

    On May 5, Ambassador Cefkin presented a collection of books to Kioa Island School in the Tuvaluan Community of Kioa in Fiji, affected by cyclone Winston.

  • On April 27, the newly built sea wall in the coastal community of Karoko, Cakaudrove in Vanua Levu was inaugurated. The project was made possible through USAID C-CAP.

    On April 27, the newly built sea wall in the coastal community of Karoko, Cakaudrove in Vanua Levu was inaugurated. The project was made possible through USAID C-CAP.

  • Fiji Fishackathon 2016 was held at the University of the South Pacific from April 22-24, 2016.

    Fiji Fishackathon 2016 was held at the University of the South Pacific from April 22-24, 2016.

  • The U.S. Embassy Suva is a proud partner of UNICEF Pacific’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) program in schools severely affected by cyclone Winston in Fiji.

    The U.S. Embassy Suva is a proud partner of UNICEF Pacific’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) program in schools severely affected by cyclone Winston in Fiji.

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  • Fishackathon 2016 in Suva, Fiji.
    Fishackathon 2016 in Suva, Fiji.
    The U.S. Department of State’s third annual Fishackathon began on Earth Day, April 22 in 40 cities around the world. In Suva, the U.S. Embassy partnered with the University of South Pacific to organize this event, which was held for the first time in Fiji. 
  • Consular Visit to Tonga May 10-13, 2016.
    Consular Visit to Tonga May 10-13, 2016.
    The Consular Officer will travel to Tongatapu May 10-13 to provide consular services to Tongan and U.S. citizens in Tongatapu.   
  • The United States Provides Additional Support to Fiji
    The United States Provides Additional Support to Fiji

    March 24, 2016 The U.S. Embassy announces an additional $1 million USD grant to UN World Food Programme in support of its emergency food assistance to the victims of cyclone Winston. The funds are provided by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Food for Peace (FFP).

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