Fiji's interim regime says it is not worried about Wikileak revelations that New Zealand is spying on Fiji.
The Wikileaks cables show New Zealand has been tapping Fiji phones before and after the 2006 coup and passing on this information to the United States.
Fiji had accused Australia and New Zealand in 2008 of spying.
The only reaction to the Wikileaks revelation from Fiji's dictator, Frank Bainimarama, was : “With friends like Australia and New Zealand – who needs enemies?”
The interim permanent secretary for information Sharon Smith-Johns says the revelations don't come as a surprise.
She said the interim regime has nothing to hide and New Zealand could go on listening if they want.
“Let them listen to what the government has to say. We’ve got nothing to say, we know where the roadmap is taking us, we know of elections in 2014, we know when the constitution will come into place, we talk about this openly so let the NZ government spy on us and pass that information onto America or to Australia or to whoever they’re passing the information to.”