Fiji to stamp Bula Spirit in COP23 meet
October 30, 2017 11:58 pm
There will be special emphasis at the COP23 meeting in Bonn, Germany to ensure the voices of our young people are heard.
These include Timoci Naulusala, the Year 7 student from Naivicula District School who will be performing at the High-Level Opening on November 15 carrying the best wishes of every Fijian boy and girl.
Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama says the Fijian delegation will stamp the world famous Bula Spirit on the occasion with cultural performers, including the entire Fiji Police Band.
There will also be performances all over the city where they will highlight our own experiences with climate change with continuous audio visual presentations.
There will also be speaking events in the Fijian Pavilion, along with a broad range of other activities.
Bainimarama adds that as a symbol of our presidency, a Drua has been placed in the main foyer in Bonn, which has been floodlit for maximum impact.
He says it’s a message to the world that all 7.5 billion people on earth are in the same canoe.
The Prime Minister says we’re all affected by climate change and we all need to act.
The COP23 meeting begins next week Monday.