New foreign minister to fly to Fiji to reassert Australia’s commitment to the Pacific | ABC News

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Prime Minister Anthony Albanese says his government is already acting to strengthen Australia’s influence in the Pacific with Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong set to fly to Fiji to shore up relations.

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