NZ and Australia commit to eradicating terrorist attacks
April 25, 2019 9:00 am
New Zealand and Australia have once again reaffirmed their commitment to peace and freedom of faith in light of the terrorist attacks in the region.
Marking the 104th ANZAC day in Suva this morning, the two governments have reiterated they’re determined to uphold the values that define them, for which many of military personnel have given their lives.
As part of the commemoration at the Suva Military Cemetery, wreaths were laid to remember the lives lost during the Second World War.
“Today during ANZAC day both the Today we come together to honor and remember the ANZACs – the Australian Imperial Force and New Zealand Expeditionary Forces who first landed at Gallipoli, Turkey during the First World War in 1915.”
The Australian and New Zealand soldiers were part of an allied expedition that set out to capture the Gallipoli Peninsula.
Some 8141 Australians and 2779 New Zealand soldiers died during the eight-month Gallipoli campaign.