Korean International Cooperation Agency to Open Regional Office in Fiji

The Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) is establishing a regional office in Suva set to open in March 2016 to promote development cooperation between Korea and Fiji, along with other Pacific Islands countries. The Vice President of KOICA, Mr. Kim In and other representatives of the group met with Attorney General, Mr. Aiyaz Sayed-Khaiyum to discuss the new regional office and the expansion of collaboration between Fiji and Korea.
“Many international organisations have seen the value in creating regional offices in Fiji to service the Pacific region. The decision to open this KOICA regional office is a recognition not only of our effectiveness as the hub of the Pacific, but also of how much progress Fiji has made as a country,” said Mr. Sayed-Khaiyum.
Mr. Kim In pointed to Fiji’s ideal location as a point of service to the region and looks forward to the opening of the new KOICA regional office.

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