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Fiji minister says terminating police pact with China 'possible'

New government still reviewing deal, wants to talk to Beijing about future ties

Fijian Minister of Home Affairs and Immigration Pio Tikoduadua speaks to Nikkei Asia in Singapore on June 4. (Photo by Rurika Imahashi)

SINGAPORE -- Fiji is still reviewing a police cooperation agreement with China but could withdraw, the island nation's minister in charge of defense told Nikkei Asia.

Speaking on the sidelines of the Shangri-La Dialogue defense forum in Singapore, Fijian Home Affairs and Immigration Minister Pio Tikoduadua said that "termination [of the agreement] is one outcome that could be possible."

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