Lord Prime Minister meets with Tongans in Japan
(Nuku’alofa, Friday, 25/05/2012)
Tongans living in Japan have had a special meeting with The Honourable Prime Minister, Lord Tu'ivakano, who's in the country for a Pacific Leaders meeting.
The Prime Minister brought them up to date with recent changes in the Government, including the new structure.
The floor was then open for questions.
Nearly one hundred Tongans live in Japan for work, education and rugby.
Lord Tu'ivakano is leading Tonga's delegation to the Pacific Leaders Meeting, or PALM 6, which is being held in Okinawa.
The rest of the Prime Minister's delegation include his wife, Lady Tu'ivakano, the Secretary of Foreign Affairs, Mahe'uli'uli Tupouniua, Acting Chief Secretary and Secretary to Cabinet, Alfred Soakai and the Deputy Secretary, Palace Office, Tania Tupou.
(Radio & TV Tonga News)