Cook Islands strengthen maritime surveillance capabilities
4th June 2022
4th June 2022
The Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA) extends its deepest condolences and expresses its profound grief following the untimely passing of the Minister of Fisheries and Deputy Prime Minister of the Government of Tuvalu, Honourable Minute Alapati Taupo.
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