Joining us now is the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, good morning and welcome back to AM.
We’ve had a phone call from the Prime Minister, he joins us now – Malcolm Turnbull, welcome.
Joining us is the Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull from Canberra. Good morning Prime Minister, welcome.
The Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull, joins me now from Parliament House. Thank you for being with us.
Here to help us celebrate this historic day would you please welcome the Prime Minister, Malcolm Turnbull.
The Turnbull Government has introduced legislation to enable the most significant reforms to Australia’s domestic security arrangements in decades.
Australia’s expertise in solar technologies and research will be shared globally with the formal creation of the International Solar Alliance today.
Adrian is here and Peter Dinham and Dave Sabben, veterans. And Adrian and Dave, Dave was a Platoon Commander and Adrian you were a Troop Commander and we were talking about the way in which 50 years on, long after the war, the relationship between Australia and Vietnam gets closer and closer.
We should be so proud to be Australians, but we cannot take it for granted. So we must ensure that our politics and our Parliament is strong enough to withstand attempts by foreign powers to interfere or influence it.
An important piece of Australia’s military history will find a new home after the Vietnamese Government gifted the original Long Tan Cross to Australia.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
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