Church Honours Fiji President for His Work to Reduce Impact and Incidence of Diabetes
Elder Craig A. Cardon of the Pacific Area Presidency recently thanked H.E. George Konrote—President of the Republic of Fiji—for his work to help people with diabetes.
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