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Sky News Australia published this video item, entitled “Scott Morrison ‘has had a very good year'” – below is their description.
Sky News host Chris Smith says Prime Minister Scott Morrison is “superbly” dealing with two of the world’s most powerful nations, China and the US. “This is Scott Morrison at his best diplomatically,” Mr Smith said. “Reading the room, adjusting to a new presidency and being firm with China, but reassuring that regime that we will remain independent. “Together with the his handling of the pandemic and, of course, his economic resolve, he has had a very, very good year. It comes after Mr Morrison addressed mounting hostility between Beijing and Canberra at a United Kingdom think tank overnight.Sky News Australia YouTube Channel
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