The European Union is expected to decide within months whether to resume its aid program to Fiji.
The E-U suspended its financial assistance in 2009 after the coup installed military government suspended the country's constitution, postponed democratic elections and introduced emergency rule.
Now, the E-U's delegation to the Pacific says it wants to reinstate the aid program, depending on the steps being taken by the interim government to return the country to democracy.
"We have always been intending to look at the prospect of a formal review sometime later in the year, probably around September, said Andrew Jacobs, head of the European Union's delegation to the Pacific.
Mr Jacobs told Radio Australia's Pacific Beat program the EU is currently monitoring the situation in Fiji.
"In particular, we are looking forward to the interim government delivering on a commitment that it made some time ago in relation in specifically to respect the democratic principles, the rule of law, human rights fundamental freedoms."
"We expect these principles to be fully reflected in the new constitution which we are looking forward to seeing."