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Prime Minister Scott Morrison's 'honest' meeting with China

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's 'honest' meeting with China


(Translation appears in Arabic Section)

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he had an “honest meeting” with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, singing the praises of the powerhouse nation as a trade partner and neighbour to the press in Bangkok. Speaking to the media at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit, Mr Morrison said the “focus is on continued work with our great partners” like China. “This relationship is already achieving things - and continues to achieve things - but we want to ensure it achieves more in the future,” he said. “We have a great relationship but we know it can be even better. “It was a very candid meeting about the ways we can ensure that is achieved for both countries in the future.”


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