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The US military chief has ordered the cancellation of talks with Fiji amid concerns about concerns about the country’s nuclear activities
The US Navy has announced that it will phase out all fleet support ships operating in the region of the country bordering Russia following concerns by Russia that nuclear submarines operate in the waters off of the islands.
The decision is the result of the recent dispute between two Russian nuclear forces, as well as a US Navy report that suggested nuclear submarines could use the region to operate from.
Fiji President Goodluck Jonathan confirmed that the nation has been advised to do everything in its power to avoid nuclear testing in the Pacific and the Indian Ocean.
‘Fiji was the last nation in the world to build a submarine, and we are t우리카지노he last nation to test the consequences for our people, for future generations of Fiji,’ Mr Jonathan told reporters, adding: ‘We must continue to build our submarine fleet and make sure we don’t test our people anymore.’
The US Navy said that all US Navy ships serving in the region would temporar카지노 사이트ily leave the area and that all US Navy personnel would stay back until all problems are resolved.
‘This is the last step,’ a Navy official told AFP.
Fiji is home to several nuclear power plants, including the Mitsubishi nuclear reactors in the easternmost village of Nui and the Norski nuclear power plant in카지노 사이트 the northernmost settlement of Islip.
Russia has been pushing for the deployment of American and Japanese submarines in the region in an effort to fight Russia’s nuclear ambitions.
A Russian submarine operating off Hawaii is pictured in 2013
Russia, according to its navy chief, has an interest in keeping its nuclear fleet operating because they can strike the US bases in Hawaii and in Europe, where Moscow has deployed large numbers of fighter jets and cruise missiles.
It also has deployed nuclear warheads to Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea, but Russia has denied that it is preparing for war against the US or NATO.
Last year, Russia’s navy launched an expeditionar