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The Ministry is responsible for maintaining and promoting diplomatic relations, international cooperation and external trade with foreign nations through its headquarters in Suva and its Embassies, High Commissions and Consulates throughout the world.
The Ministry is also committed to developing and maintaining amicable relations between Fiji and the international community in order to secure the maximum political, social, economic and cultural benefits for the people of Fiji.
Hon. Mr. Sitiveni Ligamamada Rabuka
Responsible for: Office of the Prime Minister, Public Enerprises, Civil Service, Foreign Affairs
Mr Pita Wise
Acting Permanent Secretary for Foreign Affairs
FIJI AND NEW CALEDONIA SIGN JOINT DECLARATION ON COOPERATION
The signing of the Joint Declaration of Future Cooperation marks a new chapter in the advancement of bilateral relations between Fiji and New Caledonia. The cooperation signing coincided with the Pacific Island Leaders Forum Special Retreat currently held in Nadi. Following their meeting, Prime...
PRIME MINISTER RABUKA MEETS NEW ZEALAND’S DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER TO DISCUSS FIJI-NEW ZEALAND PARTNERSHIP
The Deputy Prime Minister of New Zealand, Honourable Carmel Sepuloni met with Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Honourable Sitiveni Rabuka. The meeting took place at the margins of the Pacific Island Leaders Forum Special Retreat held in Nadi this week from Thursday 23 to Friday 24...
FIJI AND NIUE TO FURTHER STRENGTHEN DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
Fiji is looking forward to further building its relationship with Niue to advance new opportunities for collaboration. This was articulated in a bilateral meeting between Fiji’s Prime Minister Honourable Sitiveni Rabuka and the Premier of Niue Honourable Dalton Tagelagi. The meeting was held on...
FIJI AND TONGA ASPIRE TO STRENGTHEN THE BILATERAL RELATIONS
Prime Minister Honourable Sitiveni Rabuka met with his Tongan counterpart Honourable Hu’akavemeiliku Siaosi Sovaleni on the margins of the Pacific Islands Forum Special Leaders Meeting at Sheraton Fiji Golf and Beach Resort in Nadi. During the meeting, Prime Minister Rabuka said that Fiji places...
PRIME MINISTER RABUKA MEETS WITH THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF THE MARSHALL ISLANDS
Fiji welcomes the opportunity to work in partnership with the Republic of the Marshall Islands to advance areas of shared aspirations and cooperation. Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs, Honourable Sitiveni Rabuka highlighted this during a bilateral meeting with the President of the...
FIJI AND SAMOA TO STRENGTHEN BILATERAL RELATIONS TO NEWER HEIGHTS
Fiji and Samoa's bilateral cooperation continues to elevate to newer heights in areas of people to people, cultural and sporting links, and our collective participation and advocacy in regional forums and on the global stage to address pressing challenges. This was made known by our Prime Minister...
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COVID-19 Important Guidelines
30 March 2022: As a nation with over 90 percent adult population vaccinated with access to boosters, and low test positivity rates, Fiji is now taking the next step in its economic recovery.
In accordance with the 2021-2022 Special Revised Budget, Effective 7 April 2022, fully-vaccinated visitors with a negative COVID-19 test entering Fiji, will no longer be required to book a minimum 3-night stay at a Care Fiji Commitment (CFC) Certified hotel.
Instead, they only require a pre-paid Rapid Antigen Test (RAT), to be administered within 48 to 72 hours of arrival into Fiji, proof of vaccination and either a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test taken no more than 2 calendar days prior to the scheduled day of departure OR RAT taken no more than 24 hours prior.
In terms of Insurance, visitors with existing insurance must present evidence of the cover not excluding COVID-19. All foreign passport holders (except valid permit holders who provide a supporting letter from sponsor/employer to meet all COVID related costs, including isolation if required) must have medical travel insurance, with international coverage that covers COVID-19 before travelling. Travellers may opt for FijiCare COVID-19 travel insurance.
With over 70 countries declared Travel Partners as of 18 March 2022 – Fiji will now remove its Travel Partner classification – and is open to anyone who meets the entry requirements.
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