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Hipkins to meet with Albanese next week

Hipkins - Albanese meeting news

Prime Minister Chris Hipkins will travel to Canberra next week for an in person meeting with Australian Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese.

“The trans-Tasman relationship is New Zealand’s closest and most important, and it was crucial to me that my first overseas trip as Prime Minister was to Australia,” Chris Hipkins said.

“Prime Minister Albanese was the first international leader I spoke with after becoming Prime Minister, and I look forward to continuing our discussion in person on how we can further work together to secure our economies against the global economic challenges we all face.

“The stronger our relationship, and the closer our people-to-people links, the more prosperous and resilient New Zealand and Australia will become.

“As well as economic issues, I look forward to discussing our many shared security priorities within the bilateral relationship, and for our engagement in the Pacific and wider Indo-Pacific regions.

“Our meeting will also mark the start of a significant year in our bilateral relationship which we will celebrate several milestones – including 40 years of our Closer Economic Relations Agreement, 50 years of the Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement, and 80 years since the establishment of our two High Commissions,” Chris Hipkins said.

The Prime Minister will fly to Australia for a day trip on Tuesday 7 February via the NZDF.

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    • Wow this is going to be a meeting of two great minds. Their meeting will be about 1% on some trade business and 99% on f*** w****ng green dreams about which of them will totally bankrupt their countries first !!!

        • Well well well it looks like the great ‘Marsden Point closing’ legacy is going to bite the Govt. on the butt big time. Remember how they touted it will be cheaper to buy petrol on the open markets than maintain Marsden Point ? Well that was a big white lie. You have to remember Marsden Point supplied up to 85% of NZs petroleum needs most from NZs own oil supplies as well. But the biggest blunder of all is the many times more expensive importation of what is now being described as low quality bitumen that is causing all the roads to disintergrate. Bitumen was a by- product of Marsden Point’s refining process. You think the roads are bad now with more potholes than roadway ? with all the heavy geoengineered manufactured rain coming down you aint seen nothing yet. It will cost billions to fix this blunder if at all. But this is what Lie Labour do best bankrupting the country. All a WEF plan.

  1. Yeah what about climate change? Don’t worry about the security Chippy, no one knows who you are anyway and if they did they probably still wouldn’t notice you. 🤣

    Can’t you just do a zoom meeting to get the WEF and Bill Gates instructions on what dastardly act you are going to inflict on your fellow citizens next? I mean come on no one wants the death booster, no one fell for foot and mouth or monkey pox and here’s a heads up bud, we ain’t falling for any other fake disease either. Not now, not ever. We won’t be having any more vaccines and we know people who touch their face all the time and adjust their glasses are LYING. Bills MOM a didn’t read him the story of the boy who cried wolf. No one believes a thing little old lady turtle face says anymore and he did more than have dinner with Epstein, he flew on Epsteins plane over 20 times to Epsteins Island . It’s on the flight logs BILL.

  2. Globalist stooge states, that’s all NZ and AU have become, run by mainstream puppet govts….voting little more than a formality…Australian’s know this, that’s why they made voting compulsory…..no doubt we will be next……its all a charade…………..

  3. Who on earth would choose to go down the same path as jabby. Or are these Politicians so puppetised, bribed and deeply entrenched in the agenda that they aren’t able to see another option.

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