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    Prime Minister Scott Morrison has met with his Singaporean counterpart, Lee Hsien Loong, on his way to the G7 Summit in Cornwall in the UK. The leaders discussed the possibility of restarting travel between the two nations, vaccination rates and Australia’s prickly relations with China. Foreign Affairs reporter Stephen Dziedzic says two way travel won’t happen “anytime soon”.

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