Foreign Minister Penny Wong and Chinese counterpart in crucial meeting | 9 News Australia

Foreign minister penny wong and chinese counterpart in crucial meeting | 9 news australia

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Trade bans and the ongoing detention of two Australians are on the agenda in Foreign Minister Penny Wong’s meeting with her Chinese counterpart in Beijing.

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