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Translated by: MOS English Team – mingyue
On Tuesday, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Mars said Australia’s relationship with China would remain challenging. Congratulating the Labour Party on its victory in the election came from Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang.
Australia’s and Chinese relations are at a low over a number of issues, even though China is Australia’s largest trading partner. Issues include trade, the origin of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) virus and Australian accusations of political interference.
Mars said “China is looking to shape the world around it, but in ways it has never seen before,”
“I think that’s going to make the path forward quite challenging.”
On Monday, Anthony Albanes, the new Australian Prime Minister, stated the bilateral relationship between China and Australia would remain a difficult one. Prime Minister Albanes will attend the QUAD meeting in Tokyo with representatives from the United States, Japan and India.
On Monday, a Chinese news outlet said Premier Li Keqiang sent a congratulatory message to Albanes for winning the Prime Minister’s election. Mars said he was not aware of any correspondence from Beijing.
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Posted by: Peter Chen
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