Critical design work on the Turnbull Government’s Future Submarine Program will move to South Australia from 2022, fuelling more local jobs and investment.
Mr Prime Minister, Mr President, bonjour. I have a question regarding what happened on the occasion of 1 May in France.
Well, Mr President, Emmanuel, welcome again. You have enjoyed a very warm and very rapturous welcome here in Sydney, I think Australia appeals to you and you appeal to Australia and Australians. So thank you so much.
The Liberal and Nationals Government is acting to cut travel times for the people of the NSW South Coast by committing to build a new northbound bridge across the Shoalhaven River.
To meet the challenges of our times, the threat to openness, to freedom and to individual humanity, democracies must rediscover the power and the purpose of the ideas that have made and continue to make us who we are.
Our two nations have a shared history and we have been honouring today, the service and the sacrifice of those who fought to defend the freedom of France and the freedom of Australia a hundred years ago and who have done so in the generations that followed.
Distinguished guests, veterans, service men and women of today, Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, and a special welcome to our visiting students from France.
Australia and France stand together today as staunch partners embracing the future. Our close-knit bond, forged on the battlefields of World War One, is stronger than ever as we embrace new opportunities and tackle global challenges.
Welcome Mr President, to Australia and to Sydney.
The Turnbull Government welcomes confirmation from the President of the United States that Australia will be exempt from its steel and aluminium tariffs.
Prime Minister of Australia
The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP
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