The PaTH program that we’re undertaking is bringing young Australians into the workforce.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will depart Australia tomorrow to attend the G20 Leaders’ Summit in Hamburg, Germany, on 7-8 July. This will be followed by official visits to France and the United Kingdom.
Australia categorically condemns North Korea’s first launch of an Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile.
This is a further dangerous escalation by a reckless regime.
The Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile launch is a dangerous and provocative act that destabilises the region and directly threatens all nations within range of this offensive weapon.
Australia will work with our international partners and allies to demonstrate that a provocation of this kind will bear consequences.
Australia joins with other members of the MH17 Joint Investigation Team (JIT) – Belgium, Malaysia, the Netherlands and Ukraine – in announcing its full support for a Dutch national prosecution to pursue those responsible for the downing of Malaysian Airlines MH17 on 17 July 2014 over Eastern Ukraine.
Prime Minister, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un reportedly said the ICBM test was a gift to American bastards on their Independence Day. What threat does North Korea now pose to Australia?
It poses a very real threat to peace in our region, this is a very serious escalation of the North Korean threat. Another reckless provocation and we categorically and totally condemn it. This is yet another very dangerous move by North Korea.
The Turnbull Government is working with Germany to drive new opportunities through the Hamburg G20 Summit.
Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel and I are united in countering terrorism and radicalisation, and agreed to intensify cooperation to tackle this scourge, including through collaboration with industry. Australia and Germany are committed to defeating ISIL, including through coalition efforts in Iraq. We agreed to work together to address cyber threats and to balance protection of communications with public safety.
Well good afternoon and Mathias and I and our party have just had a very valuable meeting with the Chancellor, discussing the progress of the G20.
An enormous amount of work has gone into this great gathering of the 20 largest economies in the world.
My focus here today, and the focus of all of us here, is to ensure that we continue to defend the collective security of all of the nations represented here today, in the face against terrorism and other threats to the peaceful world order.
PRIME MINISTER: Good morning. As you know last night, the G20 leaders have agreed for the first time very clearly that the rule of law must prevail online as well as offline.
As you know this morning’s session was focused on counter-terrorism.
The Australian diggers fought 100 years ago, near the place of your birth and Brigitte’s, Amiens, to defend France’s liberty. My Grandfather was among them and I remember as a little boy his stories of the trenches, those grim times when he and thousands of other Australians fought and so many died to keep France free. 100 years ago.
That sacrifice is remembered and it’s honoured by the people of France as it is by the people of Australia. It is a great piece of our history.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
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