Richard Marles says there will be ‘ongoing challenges in our relationship with China’ | 7.30

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ABC News (Australia) published this video item, entitled “Richard Marles says there will be ‘ongoing challenges in our relationship with China’ | 7.30” – below is their description.

As China’s power and presence continues to expand in our region, western powers are warning Beijing not to follow the path of Russia’s military aggression. Sarah Ferguson interviews Richard Marles, defence minister and acting prime minister.

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