Chinese premier and Australian prime minister meet at Australia’s Parliament House


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Li, the most senior Chinese leader after President Xi Jinping, arrived in Adelaide on Saturday and Canberra on Sunday, the first visit by a Chinese premier to Australia in seven years read more Chinese Premier Li Qiang and Australia's Prime Minister Anthony Albanese shake hands at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia on 17 June, 2024. AP Melbourne: Chinese Premier Li Qiang, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and senior ministers of both administrations met at Parliament House on Monday to discuss thorny issues, including lingering trade barriers, conflict between their militaries in international waters and China’s desire to invest in critical...