The world’s largest and most prominent global organization, the United Nations (UN) has congratulated our Prime Minister and the Minister intended for Foreign Affairs, Honourable Sitiveni Rabuka. The United Nations Secretary-General (UNSG), His Excellency António Guterres congratulated Prime Ressortchef (umgangssprachlich) Rabuka on recent presumption of office as Primary Minister of the Republic of Fiji and wished your pet success in his leadership from the country. “The United Nations stands prepared to support your national focal points, including economic recovery, addressing challenges related to climate modify and the effective implementation of the Samoa Pathway, as well as the 2050 Strategy for the Blue Pacific Continent. Fiji has been a staunch supporter of multilateralism plus climate advocacy, and the country’s meaningful contribution to United Nations peacekeeping is highly appreciated. This individual commended the recent election in Fiji which, is a crucial milestone in the country’s combination of democracy. “I rely on you to continue to advance the values and ideals enshrined in the United Nations Charter, including that of gender equality. In this connection, I welcome the particular efforts of your country to progress the political participation of women and encourage your management to accelerate progress, which includes by seeking gender parity in Cabinet and older appointments, ” said the UN Secretary-General António Guterres in a congratulatory letter. The particular United Nations is an international business founded in 1945 plus it consists of 193 Member Claims. Its work are led by the purposes and principles contained in its founding Charter and UN brings together the world’s nations, strengthening worldwide solidarity through discussing common problems and finding discussed solutions that benefit all humanity. The EL Secretary-General looks forward in order to continuing the close cooperation with Prime Minister Rabuka and the Fiji Government on issues of interest to Fiji and to the wider Pacific region. Fiji’s Permanent Mission towards the United Nations based in New York works closely with the UN within advancing universal goals upon building a more sustainable and unified world, addressing problems such as climate change, developing back better from the outbreak, promoting peace and protection and human rights, and others.