The Delegation is not only credited to the host country-Fiji but also to the Cook Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Palau, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, Samoa, Tonga, and Tuvalu, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, as well as French Polynesia, New Caledonia and Wallis and Futuna.

Our website offers readers a vast array of initiatives and programmes that are strengthening and expanding our cooperation, ranging from the post-2020 agreement talks to climate change, oceans, the EU’s political, trade and development relations as well as EU’s programmes in education and research that are open to Pacific Islanders.

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Delegation of the European Union for the Pacific

What we do

The European Union is represented in the Pacific by a Delegation in Suva, which was established in 1975 and is responsible for the conduct of official relations with Fiji and twelve other Pacific countries and three Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT’s). The Delegation works closely with all the diplomatic missions of the EU Member States represented in the region.

With full diplomatic privileges and immunities and an ambassador (Head of Delegation), the Delegation functions much like an embassy.

Trade promotion and consular matters are handled solely by these national embassies, consulates (and sometimes tourism offices).

The main tasks of the Delegation:

  • To represent the European Union in Fiji and the Pacific.
  • To promote and protect the values and interests of the European Union and its Member States across the Pacific region.
  • To further EU-Pacific relations, bilaterally and regionally.
  • To prepare and oversee the implementation of development cooperation in the Pacific region.
  • To ensure effective policy coordination with EU countries present in the region and raise awareness of the EU and its policies.
  • To inform EU headquarters informed on all developments in the Pacific that are relevant to EU policies.
  • To promote knowledge and understanding of Pacific countries in the EU, and vice versa.

Our Office

The Delegation of the European Union for the Pacific

Head of Delegation

Deputy Head of Delegation

Personal Assistant to Head of Delegation

Press and Information Officer

Political and Trade Section

Head of Section

Political Officer

Policy Officer

Secretariat (Vacant)

Intern (Vacant)

Regional Security Adviser

Cooperation Section

Head of Cooperation

International Coordination Officer

Attaché Fisheries


Secretariat DDMO/Archivist

Climate Change, Energy, Circular Economy

Team Leader

Project Managers (6)


Economic Cooperation, Agriculture Section

Team Leader

Project Managers (7)

Secretariat (Vacant)

Natural Resources, Governance

Team Leader

Project Managers (5)


Finance and Contracts Section

Head of Section

Finance, Contracts and Audits –Verification

Finance , Contracts and Audits –Initiation (7)


Administration Section

Head of Section

Administration Officer (2)

Accounts (2)

Secretary (3)


Drivers (2)


Team Leader

Project/Programme Managers (3)

Finance, Contracts and Audits-Initiation


Secretary/ Press and Information