Prime Minister Albanese will visit Fiji on 15 March to hold bilateral talks with his counterpart Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka in Nadi.
Australia and Fiji are warm friends and natural partners, with a shared interest in preserving a peaceful, prosperous and resilient region for our Pacific family.
The Prime Ministers will meet at Blackrock Camp to discuss ways to strengthen Australia and Fiji’s Vuvale Partnership with a focus on economic recovery, climate resilience and regional security.
This will be the first meeting between the Prime Ministers.
Quotes attributable to the Prime Minister Anthony Albanese:
"It’s wonderful to be in Fiji again, and an honour to meet with Prime Minister Rabuka.
"I will be focused on listening to Prime Minister Rabuka’s priorities and vision for the future of Fiji.
“I’m keen to hear how Australia can work with Fiji to deepen business links, create more opportunities for young people, and strengthen the region’s resilience to climate change.
“I look forward to welcoming Prime Minister Rabuka to Australia later this year.”