“This case is fragile,” Mr. Tui’onetoa said.
“Someone must come and give me the court decision and advise me of what I should do.
“While we are waiting for that we should not do anything that goes beyond our understanding, especially myself.”
Bloomfield has been charged by the Attorney General of Fiji with offences concerning general dishonesty and theft alleged to have been committed in Fiji between 2011 and 2014 when he was acting head of the Oceania Customs Organisation.
The Attorney General sought to extradite Bloomfield to Fiji to stand trial.