Australia’s position on China warmly supported at G7
It’s been a big few days for Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who this morning is in Paris for a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron.
This was after his first face-to-face meeting with the Queen in Windsor, following a few days as a guest on the sidelines of the G7 in Cornwall.
At the G7 meeting Australia’s position on China was warmly backed with significant supportive language from the group, which includes the United States and the UK.
At Downing Street with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Mr Morrison signed a free trade agreement with Britain.
Today on Please Explain, Europe correspondent Bevan Shields speaks with Tory Maguire about the G7 summit and Australia’s stance with China.
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