The New Zealand and Fiji governments are to reopen their respective diplomatic missions in Suva and Wellington.
The decision follows a meeting yesterday in Suva between New Zealand's Foreign Affairs Minister, Murray McCully and Fiji's Foreign Minister, Ratu Inoke Kubuabola.
Mr McCully released a stament following the meeting, saying the discussions had been fruitful and respectful.
Mr Kubuabola was quoted as saying "This meeting continued our efforts to strenthgen staffing at our missions in Wellington and Suva."
It was confirmed Fiji's representative, Mere Tora, had already arrived in Wellington to take up the position of First Secretary and Acting Head of Mission at the Fiji High Commission.
The statement said Mr Kubuabola had advised Phillip Taula would arrive next month in Suva to take up the position of First Secretary and Acting Head of Mission at the New Zealand High Commission.
Yesterday's statement said both ministers remain committed to maintaining dialogue and to ensuring both countries have effective diplomatic representation in each country.