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  • Summit keynote address Speech, E&OE, (check against delivery) Working with civil society on the G20 agenda University of Melbourne 20 June 2014 Good morning ladies and gentlemen, delegates. Thank you Tim Costello, for that very kind introduction and
    Date: 20/06/2014 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3238922 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Julie Bishop Transcript - Media doorstop in Beijing Subjects: Foreign and Strategic Dialogue, bilateral relationship, G20 and APEC, Third Plenum, FTAs, Investment, New Colombo Plan, East China Sea/ADIZ. Beijing, China Transcript, E&OE, proof only 7 December 2013 JULIE BISHOP:
    Date: 07/12/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2888156 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop The G20 2014 Agenda Address to Commonwealth Foreign Ministers Colombo, Sri Lanka 14 November 2013 Thank you for the introduction and for hosting lunch and
    Date: 14/11/2013 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2848489 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Mon, 17th November 2008 AUSTRALIA WELL PLACED TO MEET G20 WASHINGTON DECLARATION OBJECTIVES The Hon Julie Bishop MP Shadow Treasurer Deputy Leader of the Opposition The G20 Washington Declaration provides an opportunity
    Date: 17/11/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2SFS6 - Source: SHADOW TREASURER - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • and security, reconciliation with indigenous populations and empowerment of women and girls. We work closely together in APEC, the G20 , OECD, WTO and the United Nations. Australian and Canadian defence personnel have served side by side for over 100 years and continue
    Date: 30/11/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5661730 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • They highlighted the importance of continuing to cooperate on common interests in multilateral organisations, including the G20 , to protect and advance the rules-based system of international governance and trade. Ministers Bishop and Alfano shared concerns over enduring and emerging
    Date: 27/11/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5658199 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Yet, in a decade's time, we may well sit outside the Group of Twenty largest economies in the world, the G20 , should current growth trajectories in our region be sustained. To take a PwC study as one guide, by 2030, Indonesia, Pakistan and
    Date: 16/10/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5575755 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • what the Government has been doing. Prime Minister Turnbull met with President Trump in New York and more recently at the G20 meeting in Hamburg. I meet with, and speak to, and indeed text with, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson regularly. Likewise I have met
    Date: 21/07/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5407086 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • to brazenly threaten regional and global peace. I will raise North Korea’s grave disregard for regional peace at my G20 meetings this week, and urge G20 leaders to take further strong action against North Korea. Media Contacts: Prime Minister’s office: Press Office,
    Date: 05/07/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5378715 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Australia’s support for Argentina as it prepares to host the eleventh meeting of WTO Trade Ministers (MC11) in December 2017 and the G20 in 2018. While in Argentina, I hosted a women’s leadership breakfast, met key stakeholders in the Australia-Argentine business community and gave a speech
    Date: 27/06/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5363020 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • For its part, the Australian government reported its commitment to establish a second representative responsible for cooperation in education, training and research in Latin America, from late 2017. Likewise, they agreed to a modification to the MoU on Work and Holiday visas, which will see the annual reciprocal quota increased to 1500.  This is further evidence of the success of the Work and Holiday program that allows young Argentines and Australians to enjoy a twelve month stay in each other’s country, including undertaking short study opportunities together with work activities as part of their stay. 7. Minister Bishop welcomed the decision by Argentina to eliminate the requirement to pay a reciprocity tax for Australian passport holders. 8. The Ministers expressed their satisfaction with the existing relationship and cooperation in the diverse areas of the multilateral agenda such as the United Nations reforms, human rights, Antarctica and environmental matters. 9. Minister Faurie reaffirmed the Argentine government’s decision to reach a new status in the OECD.  In this regard, Minister Bishop expressed firm support for Argentina’s full membership aspirations.   In turn, the Ministers committed to working closer together to achieve a successful 11th Ministerial Conference of the WTO (MC11) in Buenos Aires.  They highlighted both countries shared interests in advancing negotiations in agricultural matters and in fisheries subsidies, among others, and they committed to continue working together in a coordinated manner. 10. In addition, they outlined the mutual opportunities generated by the  G20  Summit hosted by Argentina in 2018.  In this sense, Minister Bishop reaffirmed the commitment by Australia in continuing to support Argentina and its organising efforts.  Minister Jorge Faurie, thanked Australia for its collaboration in the  G20  Presidency in 2018, providing Argentina the opportunity to benefit from Australia’s organising experience. Media enquiries Minister's office: (02) 6277 7500
    Date: 26/06/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5361325 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • I will reiterate Australia’s support for Argentina as host of the December 2017 WTO Trade Ministers meeting and the G20 in 2018. In Colombia I will open Australia’s new embassy in Bogotá and I will meet with President Santos and Foreign Minister Holguín
    Date: 25/06/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5359586 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • And, as I've often said, Australia is superpower - a lifestyle superpower with a standard of living the envy of almost every other country. Within government, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is a leader in innovation, an exemplar in innovation, and I encourage all of you to visit the innovationXchange and use our innovationXchange to test your ideas, to seek support for new ways of doing the business of diplomacy. Innovation in policy will need to be increasingly embraced across the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and across government, particularly as budgets remain under pressure and we have got to be creative in pursuing better outcomes for the investments we make. Despite the budgetary constraints, we have opened five posts since December 2015, and another three are on track to open in the next twelve months, and together with Austrade posts - and I welcome Stephanie Fahey here today - this is the largest expansion of our diplomatic footprint in almost 40 years and I have ambitions for us to extend our presence internationally. So we are working hard on ensuring that there will be more missions, more Heads of Mission in the future to ensure that our global interests are embraced by the government. I am relying on you to deliver innovative and cost­effective solutions which will allow Australia to further expand our diplomatic network and influence. Australia is a Top 20 power, that's manifest by the fact we are in the  G20 . But we are the third most prosperous nation in terms of wealth per adult. We are the 13th largest economy in the world, although we're about 56th when it comes to population. The Australian dollar is the fifth most traded currency. We have three of the world's top ten most liveable cities. Interestingly, we are ranked sixth globally on soft power diplomacy and we have been ranked number one in terms of creativity - the most creative people on earth. So we need to harness our strengths. We are a significant exporter, we're an energy exporter, we're among the largest exporters of agricultural produce and coal and iron ore and energy and educational services. Increasingly we're a desirable tourist destination. A place for investment. There are so many examples which underpin my belief that Australia has a significant place in the world. Yes, we are geographically remote, but technology is overcoming the tyranny of distance that shaped the thinking of the earlier times. So in a world connected by rapid transport, instant telecommunications, we must never consider ourselves marginal to the course of international events. On this strong foundation, it is time to raise the level of our foreign policy ambition. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has a fine tradition of judgment and perspective, and we need to ensure words are translated into action. We need Australian diplomacy to have even greater impact. We must lift its level of ambition and respond robustly to the challenges of our time and embrace the opportunities.
    Date: 28/03/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5184322 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • links across our education and tourism sectors. We also cooperate closely as active members of international fora including the G20 , Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), the East Asia Summit (EAS) and the MIKTA grouping (comprising Mexico, Indonesia, Korea, Turkey and Australia). The Republic
    Date: 16/02/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5101601 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • relief exercises. We are both members of key global and regional institutions and groupings such as the G20 and the East Asia Summit. This visit to Australia by Foreign Minister Wang will contribute to our mutual efforts to deepen and broaden
    Date: 06/02/2017 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/5083203 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

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