Anthony Albanese meets Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare in Canberra | The World

Anthony albanese meets solomon islands prime minister manasseh sogavare in canberra | the world

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The Prime Minister of Solomon Islands, Manasseh Sogavare, has used a meeting with Anthony Albanese to once again promise he won’t allow China, or any other country, to set up a military base in his country. Foreign affairs reporter Stephen Dziedzic says Mr Sogavare’s visit was likely deliberately kept short.

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