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PM Says Australia Open to Discussions but Won’t Concede to CCP’s Demands

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PM Says Australia Open to Discussions but Won’t Concede to CCP’s Demands

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said that while Australia has always been open to discussing any of the Chinese regime’s issues, he will not approach dialogues on the basis that the country will acquiesce to Beijing’s demands. The remarks come after Opposition Labor Leader Anthony Albanese proposed that Morrison seek the help of former prime ministers John Howard and Kevin Rudd to reset the souring Australia-China relationship. Chinese officials have previously claimed that the bilateral problems lie with Australia, and officials from its embassy in Canberra released a list of 14 grievances it had with Australia. The communist regime indicated it wants these issues addressed before engaging in diplomatic dialogues with the Morrison government. But Morrison said he’s made it clear that discussions won’t take place on the basis of pre-emptive concessions on Australia’s part. “I don’t think any Australian would want their Prime Minister to be conceding the points that they’ve …

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