MESSAGE FROM THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM SECRETARY GENERAL, DAME MEG TAYLOR

This is to advise that the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat will be closed today and tomorrow, Thursday and Friday 17 – 18 December 2020 due to Tropical Cyclone Yasa ( Image from www.met.gov.fj on Thursday 17 December ) which is tracking towards Fiji over the next 12 – 36 hours. 

Should you require any urgent assistance, please note the following contact points who will have continued access to power will therefore be available and online to assist with any urgent queries and clarifications:

Dame Meg Taylor, Secretary General: megt@forumsec.org

Sione Tekiteki, Director Governance and Engagement: sionet@forumsec.org

Alifeleti Soakai, Political Issues Adviser and Team Leader Emergency Response Team: alifeletis@forumsec.org

Nikola Komailevuka, Executive Coordination Officer: nikolak@forumsec.org

Subject to weather conditions, the Secretariat will reopen again on Monday 21 December, 2020.

Our prayers and thoughts are with the people of Fiji as we all prepare for the full impact of Tropical Cyclone Yasa in the coming hours.

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MESSAGE FROM THE PACIFIC ISLANDS FORUM SECRETARY GENERAL, DAME MEG TAYLOR This is to advise that the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat will be closed today and tomorrow, Thursday and Friday 17 - 18 December 2020 due to Tropical Cyclone Yasa ( Image from www.met.gov.fj on Thursday 17 December ) which is tracking towards Fiji over the next 12 - 36 hours.  Should you require any urgent assistance, please note the following contact points who will have continued access to power will therefore be available and online to assist with any urgent queries and clarifications: Dame Meg Taylor, Secretary General: megt@forumsec.org Sione Tekiteki, Director Governance and Engagement: sionet@forumsec.org Click here to Read More
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