"We declare our first goal to be for every person to be dynamically involved in the process of freeing himself or herself from every form of domination or oppression so that each man or woman will have the opportunity to develop as a whole person in relationship with others".
- Papua New Guinea National Goals and Directive Principles
Sunday, 1 September 2013
Fijian workers to work in PNG Gulf province
Publish date/time: 30/08/2013 [12:55] Story by: Filipe Naikaso Expect some workers from Fiji to be working in Papua New Guinea after the biggest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) was discovered in the Gulf Province. This is after a first ever province-to-province sistership deal was signed between the Ba and Gulf province. Fiji’s High Commissioner to Papua New Guinea Romanu Tikotikoca said they had approached the Governor of the Gulf province, Havila Kavo for people from Fiji to work in the Gulf province when the Liquefied Natural Gas project begins. Tikotikoca said they had approached the Cakaudrove province to be in the province-to-province sistership deal but they were not interested. According to Tikotikoca, the Ba and Tavua provinces accepted the offer which will lead to Fijian people working in the Gulf province soon. There is an audio file attached to this story. Please login to listen. He added their main aim is to strengthen the relationship between the two provinces.