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A group of Australian conservation experts will travel to Fiji with Fiji Prime Minister to support efforts to save the ancient reef and protect the pristine marine environment that is important to Fiji.
The Australian Outback Conservation Board has given its approval for the first five sites, named after the Outback islands, that are to be built by an Australian company, the Fiji Government said on Tuesday.
Fiji says Australia must make all necessary steps to secure its waters for natural and commercial fishing and to promote sustainable fisheries.
„The Fiji government acknowledges Australia’s international reputation for strong protection of marine environments, particularly to the Pacific Ocean, and therefore welcomes t여수출장안마 여수안마he announcement of this initiative for the area of the coast from Rarotonga to Manukau,“ it said in a statement.
„But the first five sites will help protect and enhance these lands and reefs in the Northern Hemisphere.“
Fiji joins Australia in calling on world leaders to address the crisis, which includes the loss of thousands of people and serious damage to life and property.
It said Fiji would also work with regional authorities to ensure that no foreign investors were allowed to exploit areas that the Government described as being „contaminated“ by toxic pollution.
Fiji also urged international partners to help rebuild after a devastating earthquake and tsunami in its neighboring country of Kiribati.
„Fiji strongly feels that the ongoing crisis and devastation of this tragedy in the region – and especially its human and environmental toll – should not affect any Australian government or Australian businesses,“ 전주 출장 안마the statement said.
The Commonwealth Government has also released $722 million in aid to the islands of Rarotonga, the Rauru Islands and Kura to help support those affected by the quake, tsunami and fires.
Australian and international organizations, such as the Australian Conservation Foundation and the WWF, plan to deliver more than 150,000 donate