RFMF Officers receive French Language Certificates

Fifteen Republic of the Fiji Military Officers this week received their French Language Certificates.
While handing out the certificates, French Chargé d’Affaires Mr Jean-Louis ROTH says these officers will now be able to use (...)

French and Fijians celebrate Bastille Day

Last night on the 14th of July, the Ambassador of France to Fiji, His Excellency Mr Sujiro Seam, hosted close to 300 guests at his official residence in Suva to celebrate and commemorate Bastille Day.
Guests included His (...)

Celebration of Bastille Day in France

For this edition of the Bastille Day celebration on July 14, 2019, the President of the Republic of France Emmanuel Macron, who attended for the third time since his election in May 2017, down at 10am the famous Parisian (...)

The Indo-Pacific region: a priority for France

In an international context marked by uncertainty and the increase in unilateralism, France’s priority is to propose an alternative: a stable, multipolar order based on the rule of law and free movement, and fair and efficient (...)

French Embassy hosts a cocktail party

The French Embassy hosted a cocktail reception for invited guests on board the BSAOM D’Entrecasteaux last Thursday night.
Guests included the Republic of Fiji Military Forces, businesses, various Ambassadors and others.
A (...)

Sovereignty mission is vital for Fiji and France: Mr. Seam

French Ambassador to Fiji Mr. Sujiro Seam says one of our missions is the sovereignty mission and that is to patrol our Exclusive Economic Zone.
While speaking in an interview on board the BSAOM D’Entrecasteaux, Mr. Seam (...)

Guard of Honor for French Ambassador

A Guard of Honor for the French Ambassador His Excellency Mr Sujiro Seam was conducted by the French Navy Officers of the BSAOM D’ENTRECASTEAUX yesterday afternoon.
Colleagues of Mr Seam which includes the Australian (...)

A year already at Pacific House!!!

A year already at Pacific House!!!
It has been a year now since the French Embassy in Suva moved into its new premises located on the second floor of the Pacific House building on Butt Street: (...)

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