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Fijian Teachers Wanted

Seychelles has shown interest in the engagement of 44 Fijian teachers to work there. This was discussed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola and his counterpart from
02 Oct 2014 08:45
Fijian Teachers Wanted
Jack’s Nadi rugby side traning on July 2, 2019. Photo: Mereleki Nai

Seychelles has shown interest in the engagement of 44 Fijian teachers to work there.

This was discussed by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola and his counterpart from Seychelles, Jean-Paul Adam in their bilateral meeting in New York at the United Nation headquarters.

They discussed various bilateral and multilateral areas of co-operation. One area that both ministers agreed to explore is the engagement of 44 Fijian teachers to work in Seychelles.  Both countries will benefit from such an important initiative.

At the meeting, Mr Adam congratulated Fiji on the successful conclusion of national democratic elections.  He also congratulated Fiji for successfully chairing the G77 last year during which the interests of Small island Development States were greatly advanced in the United Nations.

He conveyed at the meeting that Seychelles intends to also co-operate closely with Fiji in the area of fisheries.

Fiji and Seychelles are both members of the Alliance of Small Island States, which comprises of 44 states and observers.  The ministers agreed to continue to work closely together to further strengthen the bilateral and multilateral relations between the two countries.

An island nation, Seychelles is located in the Indian Ocean, and is northeast of Madagascar and about 1600 km (994 mi) east of Kenya. The total number of schools in Seychelle is 68.

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