Prime Minister: Thank you very much and can I thank you and particularly members of the Parliamentary Christian Fellowship, the chairs do a tremendous job and I want to thank them for pulling this together today.
Prime Minister: Much has been lost in this community and as I've spoken to some of you and I've looked at the wreckage a lot has been lost.
Prime Minister: It was a year ago where we held the national drought summit and what flowed from that drought summit was a series of initiatives, a strategy, to combat to respond to the drought.
The Morrison and Berejiklian Governments will deliver a $1 billion water infrastructure package for rural and regional communities impacted by the devastating drought in NSW.
Prime Minister: I’m pleased to be here at the Blackrock Camp which is training peacekeepers, people involved in ensuring we have civil law and order here across the Pacific.
Recognising the strong cultural and economic significance that kava has for Pacific communities, including those living in Australia, the Australian Government is stepping up its commitment to the Pacific by launching a kava pilot program.
There are just so many of these sites, so many cranes on the Sydney skyline, so many projects that are going ahead and it's tremendous to see and we want to see more of those projects because those projects mean jobs.
I will travel to Fiji from 11 to 12 October 2019 to hold discussions with Prime Minister Bainimarama to advance the Pacific Step-up and progress the Vuvale Partnership between our two countries.
The Australian Government is deeply troubled by Turkey’s unilateral military operation into northeastern Syria.
Prime Minister: This is a great honour that we've been very pleased to impart on the Prime Minister and it's been done for a very important reason and that has been his exemplary leadership
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Scott Morrison MP