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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

  • largest trading partner and fifth largest destination for foreign investment. We also look forward to engaging with Germany throughout their G20 Presidency in 2017. Australia enjoys a strong relationship with Switzerland based on shared political and economic interests. Switzerland ranks tenth among Australia’s sources
    Date: 26/08/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4778927 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • In Canberra, Mr Andrews was most recently Assistant Secretary, Mainland South-East Asia Bilateral Branch, and has previously served in the G20 Taskforce, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and as Executive Director, Economic Analytical Unit, DFAT. Mr Andrews holds a Bachelor of Arts
    Date: 01/08/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4728048 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Our countries are also aligned on a range of geopolitical issues, including the fight against terrorism, and efforts in the G20 to strengthen global economic governance. Italy is a significant economic market for Australia. Bilateral trade and investment continues to grow with major investments
    Date: 04/05/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4543035 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • UN, East Asia Summit, ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM), World Trade Organisation (WTO) and the G20 . 14. Recognising the value of deepening foreign policy dialogue and capability, the Ministers for Foreign Affairs agreed to establish a Foreign Service
    Date: 18/03/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4445057 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP -...

  • their own right. Indonesia, for example is the 14th largest economy in the world. It is a member of the G20 . Australia's the 12th largest economy in the world and so we work in partnership with Indonesia as to their needs and their
    Date: 01/03/2016 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4403594 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • 2016. JOINT COMMUNIQUE 7. As two neighbouring G20 economies, Australia and Indonesia aspire to build the economic partnership further, particularly by promoting investment in infrastructure development and through growing opportunities in
    Date: 21/12/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4267861 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Our discussions will also focus on deepening our longstanding cooperation through regional and global fora, including the G20 , the East Asia Summit, the ASEAN Defence Ministers’ Meeting-Plus and the Indian Ocean Rim Association, to promote global and regional growth and
    Date: 17/12/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4259347 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • work closely in APEC and the East Asia Summit. We look forward to strengthening this cooperation as China hosts the G20 in the coming year. Delegates will consider the future shape and direction of the relationship, how to deepen our ties across the breadth
    Date: 27/11/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4220026 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • years of diplomatic relations. Mexico is an important partner for Australia in key international forums, including the UN, APEC, WTO, G20 , OECD and the Pacific Alliance. Our collaboration through the MIKTA group of countries (Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia) gives substance
    Date: 25/11/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4216290 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • Good morning Julie. JULIE BISHOP Good morning Eddie. EDDIE MAGUIRE Julie, thanks for taking the time. I know it is 5 o’clock in the morning in Manila. Can you just give us a bit of thought from the highest levels of the Australian Government? Our response to what has been happening in France, and particularly to the French President François Hollande, who has come out and said he has vowed to destroy ISIS, or Da’esh as you call it. What does that mean for us here in Australia? JULIE BISHOP Well Eddie, first the Australian Government has condemned unreservedly these horrific terrorist attacks in central Paris that killed at least 129 people and have injured more than 350. The full horror of the senseless murders in Paris is being made more clear each day as we see the impact on the families of those who were killed and names are being released of those killed, the families and friends talking about their loss and struggling to understand the full horror of this. It is impossible to find logic in an ideology that inspired these cowardly attacks against unarmed civilians and using military weapons to kill defenceless people. So we are working as part of a significant international Coalition to destroy this terrorist organisation, to defeat its leadership, to disrupt its infrastructure and its leadership structure. As you mentioned, President Hollande has made a very powerful speech to a joint sitting of the French Parliament, declaring that France is at war, that terrorism would not destroy the Republic, the Republic would destroy terrorism. He has extended the state of emergency for three months in France. Importantly, at the  G20  in Turkey, where Prime Minister Turnbull has been for the last few days, US President Obama and Russian President Putin have met to discuss the response and they are talking about forming a single coalition to focus on the terrorist organisation Da’esh. This is very good news so that there can be a united front, an international front against terrorism. Of course, the military option is not the only solution, there also needs to be a political solution in Syria, a ceasefire, a transitional government so that all efforts can be focussed on the terrorists. In France, there have been counter terrorism raids at about 168 locations, they’ve seized weapons and made numerous arrests. And so we anticipate there will likely be repeat attacks but we are working with our international partners, most certainly at home, to ensure that our law enforcement, security and intelligence agencies have all the resources and powers and laws that they need to foil any attack here in Australia. LUKE DARCY The united Coalition Julie with Russia and America come together seems like a pretty powerful solution, as you said, alongside everything else and what I think the positive upshoots in this, are the individual stories of bravery Julie. Can you tell us a bit more about the young Tasmanian girl who was shot and wounded and I understand is making a pretty good recovery as we speak? JULIE BISHOP Yes, Emma Parkinson was shot during the attack on the concert hall. I spoke to her, she was recovering from surgery when I spoke to her the other evening. Clearly her physical wounds will heal long before the psychological wounds heal. She’s been through a terrible ordeal. She was at the concert. The gunmen started firing, she hit the floor, there were people on top of her and she then, after a period of time, she then sought to escape over a barricade and she was struck. Fortunately, she will recover fully. Her family are now with her in Paris and our consular and our embassy staff have been providing whatever support they can. So she is one of the fortunate ones. There are so many people who were killed, so many families and friends affected by this, but there is still a sense of intense unease. I understand from our Ambassador in Paris the scenes of panic in Paris, false alarms for example, reveal the shattered nerves and the mental scars that can be inflicted by these terrorist attacks. But
    Date: 17/11/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4200747 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

  • a video released overnight, it said those conducting air strikes in Syria will suffer the same fate as France. We are joined now by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop who is in Manila. Minister, good morning to you. JULIE BISHOP Good morning. SAMANTHA ARMYTAGE Do you believe Australia is one of those countries being threatened by Islamic State, given that we are an ally of the United States? JULIE BISHOP I believe that countries around the world face threats from terrorism. We have seen that in the past, that will continue to be the case. There has been a very powerful international response to the horrific attacks in Paris. We can expect repeat attacks but I am confident that Australia has done all it can to be prepared for such attacks. We have indeed foiled a number in the past and we will continue to do so. President Holland has made a very powerful speech to a special joint sitting of the French Parliament where he has essentially said that France is at war, that the terrorists will not defeat the Republic of France, the Republic will defeat terrorism. Overnight there has been a very significant meeting between President Obama and President Putin and hopefully we will see a single coalition of forces against Islamic State, against Da’esh and further attacks against this organisation, disrupting its leadership, destroying its bases and preventing it from launching attacks from Syria and Iraq. SAMANTHA ARMYTAGE US President Barak Obama overnight from the  G20  ruled out putting troops on the ground in Syria. He said he will stick with the current strategy of air strikes against Islamic State. Is that enough or do we need to send in ground forces? JULIE BISHOP It is not only air strikes, it is also targeted attacks against the Da’esh leadership and so there is a strategy to disrupt and ultimately destroy the terrorist infrastructure, the terrorist organisation to prevent it launching attacks in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere. Australia is part of the US­led coalition. We don't act unilaterally, but are part of a concerted effort. We are already about the second largest contributor of defence personnel as part of the US­led coalition. We have 780 defence personnel already deployed in the Middle East. We are taking part in training of the Iraqi Security Forces so that they can take back territory, they can defeat these terrorists in Iraq. We are also part of the air strikes over Iraq and Syria. We have six F/A­18 Hornets plus support planes and personnel. Australia is already taking part in a significant way and we will continue to do our part to defeat this terrorist organisation. At home, we are doing all we can to foil any potential attacks as we have done in recent times. SAMANTHA ARMYTAGE Minister, later today, the first of Australia's intake of Syrian refugees arrive in Perth. Given it is thought some of the Paris attackers posed as Syrian refugees and came into France via Greece, should we still be taking in people at the moment? JULIE BISHOP Well these are still unconfirmed reports out of France, but of course we are focussing on people who have been persecuted in Syria and Iraq, people who are fleeing from terrorism, from persecution. Our screening and testing is very intense. We carry out a range of checks and character assessments, biometrics and health and security checks, as we do with our refugee intake. We have focussed upon people who are from ethnic and religious minorities who have suffered at the hands of terrorists and at the hands of brutal regimes in the Middle East. Australia is in control of the whole process. These are not people who are coming via the people smuggling trade and we don’t know who they are. These are people who are handpicked by Australian authorities in
    Date: 17/11/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4200750 - Source: MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFA... - Author: BISHOP, Julie, MP

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