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Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh to visit Australia, New Zealand

VGP - Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh and his spouse will attend the Special Summit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of ASEAN-Australia Dialogue Relations in Melbourne and pay official visits to Australia and New Zealand from March 5-11.

March 01, 2024 8:19 PM GMT+7
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Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh

The visits will be made at the invitations of Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and New Zealand’s Prime Minister Christopher Luxon.

2024 marks 50 years since Australia became ASEAN’s first external partner. As a bloc, ASEAN is Australia’s second largest trading partner. More than one million Australians have Southeast Asian heritage.

During the Special Summit, leaders of ASEAN and Australia will discuss ways to bolster ASEAN-Australia cooperation, visions for the region’s future and how both sides would address shared challenges.

A focus of the discussions will be on Australia’s Southeast Asia Economic Strategy to 2040, a blueprint for stepping up Australia’s economic links with the region, launched by Australian Prime Minister Albanese in September last year.

There will be a range of meetings and events across four thematic Tracks that will bring together Australians and Southeast Asian business and community leaders, experts and academics to discuss: boosting economic engagement; supporting an accelerated clean energy transition; increasing practical maritime cooperation; and supporting the region’s current crop of emerging leaders./.