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China Daily / 2021-02 / 03 / Page008

Canberra needs to first redress own wrongs

China Daily | Updated: 2021-02-03 00:00

In a speech at the National Press Club in Canberra on Monday, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison talked at length about Australia's relations with China, saying it was Australia's earnest desire to reset ties with China.

But it will take more than a verbal olive branch to repair the much damaged bilateral ties.

Morrison said his country is committed to "engaging with China" as both nations and peoples had benefited from their economic relationship. He also said that an enduring partnership requires both countries to adapt to "new realities, and talk with each other, and that begins with dialogue".

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