Dubai, 29 November 2023 — Prime Minister Sitiveni Rabuka has arrived in Dubai to participate in the 28th World Climate Summit (COP28).
The Prime Minister’s presence underscores Fiji’s commitment to global climate action and collaboration.
Upon his arrival at the Dubai International Airport, Prime Minister Rabuka was warmly welcomed by His Excellency Rashed Matar Alsiri Alqemzi, the UAE Ambassador to Wellington, and His Excellency Naipote Katonitabua, the Ambassador for the Fiji Embassy in Abu Dhabi.
The dignitaries exchanged cordial greetings and expressed their shared dedication to addressing the pressing challenges posed by climate change.
Prime Minister Rabuka’s attendance at COP28 signifies Fiji’s proactive engagement in the international dialogue on climate issues.
Throughout the summit, Prime Minister Rabuka is poised to contribute to discussions on key environmental policies, sustainable development goals, and collaborative initiatives aimed at mitigating the adverse effects of climate change.
His participation exemplifies Fiji’s firm resolve to play a pivotal role in shaping a sustainable and resilient future for our planet.