Ministers and CEOs’ talk in Vava’u resolves issues  

The government ministers and their chief executive officers left Vava’u this week with great and positive feelings.

This was a government retreat which held in Neiafu on Thursday one day before the Royal Agricultural Show was opened by King Tupou VI yesterday.

The government leaders were discussing what they could do to improve the services they did for the public, a government spokesperson said.

The Ministers and their CEOs also had the opportunity to discuss some of the issues which had hindered the smooth running of their ministries’ operations, he said.

It was a successful retreat he said.

The Prime Minister visited some of the villages and towns in Vava’u and had the opportunity to look at some of the roads which were big problems to the main island of Neiafu.

The cabinet ministers returned to Tonga yesterday while the Minister of Heath remained in Vavaʻu to visit his constituency during the parliamentary visit next week.

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