Report by: Masimeke Latianara
A delegation from the Ministry of i Taukei Affairs leaves for London on Monday at the invitation of i Taukei soldiers serving in the British Army.
The families have asked for assistance in registering their children in the Vola ni Kawa Bula.
Col. Apakuki Kurusiga the Deputy Permanent Secretary who will lead the delegation told FBC News today that five meetings have been planned with the i-Taukei community in the UK.
Members of the Kadavu Choir will also be travelling to the UK to share their knowledge about traditional dances and dressing with children who have grown up overseas.
The Kadavu Choir leaves on Friday.