Fiji appoints new consulars
June 9, 2015 6:35 pm
Fiji has appointed its first Honorary Consul in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
Mousa Al Bajali, a prominent businessman – was issued his official authority, on 20th May.
A former diplomat himself, Al Bajali is involved with real estate and petroleum distribution businesses.
Fiji’s Foreign Minister, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola says Jordan is an important bilateral and multilateral partner of Fiji and he’s happy that we now have a Fijian presence in Amman in Jordan.
Meanwhile, Mohamed Choucair has been appointed Fiji’s first Honorary Consul in the Republic of Lebanon.
Ratu Inoke says Fijians are held in high regard and with great warmth by the Lebanese people as Fiji has lost several of its sons in defending the territorial integrity of Lebanon.
Fiji still has 146 soldiers serving in UNFIL in Southern Lebanon.
Mohammed Choucair is among the top 5 business tycoons in Lebanon with a line of luxury Chocolates.
He is also the President of the Lebanese Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, the President of the Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry and President of the Federation of Arab Chambers.