You heard me talk a lot about – it’s important to keep our economy strong to guarantee the essential services Australians rely on. That’s as true in the regional areas of Australia as it is anywhere else in the major capital cities.
This is why I’ve come here today with the next generation of the leadership of the Liberal Party. This is an important ritual, for us to come here today where Robert Menzies came all those years ago.
The Australian Government strongly condemns the use of chemical weapons by anyone, anywhere and under any circumstances.
More people will study and work in Cairns with the Morrison Government funding stage two of the Cairns Innovation Centre at James Cook University (JCU).
It’s a great privilege to be here today at this school here in Indonesia because the children of Indonesia and the children of Australia will be the biggest beneficiaries of the meeting that I’m having today with President Widodo.
President Widodo is a sign of hope to every young boy and girl in this country in what he has been able to achieve and it was indeed a privilege to meet such a wonderful man as him yesterday.
The free trade agreement – and it’s more than that, it’s not just a trade agreement, this is a partnership that goes well beyond that.
Today President Widodo and I declared a new Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Strategic Partnership.
Australia and Indonesia have successfully concluded negotiations on the Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA)
Prime Minister-Designate: There has been a lot of talk this week about whose side people are on in this building. And what Josh and I are here to tell you, as the new generation of Liberal leadership, is that we are on your side.
Prime Minister of Australia