Tonga cleanup going well says deputy PM

In Tonga, the cleanup from Cyclone Ian is continuing, with communications now back on in the worst affect part of the country, Ha'apai.

Roads are also being cleared to give people access to their plantations.

The Kingdom's deputy prime minister, Samiu Vaipulu, has just returned to the capital, Nuku'alofa after visiting Ha'apai, and he tells Phil Kafcaloudes the process of getting things back to normal is going ahead as fast as possible.

Presenter: Phil Kafcaloudes

Speaker: Tonga's deputy prime minister, Samiu Vailpulu


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