Attorney General, Aiyaz-Sayed Khaiyum says the government has not peeled off any supports they are providing for the University of the South Pacific however certain administration issues should be tended to before they begin giving assets once more.
Sayed-Khaiyum offered this remark after the USP Council meeting that was held at the USP Japan ICT Center.
On the 25th of a month ago, the Fijian Government said that they will retain $27.7 million USP award until an award understanding is marked after administration issues featured in a letter are settled.
When asked what was examined in the USP Council meeting, Sayed-Khaiyum alluded all inquiries to the secretariat.
Priest for Education, Rosy Akbar, Acting Permanent Secretary for Education, Susan Kiran, Chairperson of the USP Audit and Risk Committee Mahmood Khan, Pro-Chancellor and Chair of Council, Winston Thompsom and Vice Chancellor, Professor Pal Ahluwalia were available in the gathering.
Pat Walsh was delegated the new Deputy Vice-Chancellor during the gathering.
Mahmood Khan wouldn’t offer any remarks on what was talked about during the gathering.
Thompsom says he is prepared to work with anybody as it is essential for the business.