Interview from UN Climate Change Conference
Laying flowers at the Bataclan concert venue, the Prime Minister offered the people of France and Paris Australia’s most heartfelt condolences and unflinching solidarity in the face of terrorism.
Parliament House, Canberra
You know after the last decade, over the last decade we’ve enjoyed the benefits of the mining boom, for the last decade our growth in national income, was as a result of that big lift in the terms of trade.
Of course it was productivity that delivered national income growth in the 90s.
Mr Speaker that is why, when I spoke with both President Francoise Hollande and Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, I conveyed not just the heartfelt sympathy but the unwavering solidarity of all Australian people with the people of France. We are, though, Mr Speaker, forever reminded that terrorism is not only a problem for the West.
It’s good to be here in Kuala Lumpur at the East Asia Summit, of course this follows the ASEAN Summit. ASEAN is at the heart of regional security and Australian engagement with ASEAN is of vital importance.
Joint statement with Mr Najib Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur
Right across the board our cooperation with Malaysia on issues such as counter terrorism has never been stronger.