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Thursday, 23 March 2017

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Chinese Premier meets with Malcolm Turnbull, downplays South China Sea tensions MARCH 24, 20171:15PM
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China not seeking dominance: Premier Li

Claire BickersNews Corp Australia Network
MALCOLM Turnbull says Australia doesn’t have to choose between its “staunch ally” the US and “good friend” China.
Speaking in Canberra today after bilateral talks with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, the Prime Minister said Australia had “very strong but different” relationships with both countries.
Tensions in the South China Sea and Australia’s relationships with the US and China dominated a press conference following the high level talks, which come ahead of US Vice President Mike Pence’s first visit to Australia next month.
China's Premier Li Keqiang has solidified the country’s relationship with Australia. Picture: AFP
China's Premier Li Keqiang has solidified the country’s relationship with Australia. Picture: AFPSource:AFP
The two leaders announced a major beef export deal, which will bolster Australia’s billion dollar chilled beef export market, along with agreements to boost free trade, “liberalisation” and higher education links.
“We have a staunch, strong ally in Washington, a good friend in Washington, and we have a very good friend in Beijing,” Prime Minister Turnbull told reporters after the talks.
“The idea that Australia has to choose between China and the United States is not correct,” he said.
“The bilateral relationship between China and the United States is the single most important one for the prosperity and security and stability of the world, and the fact that we have very strong relationships, but different relationships — different in context and in terms of history — with both the United States and China, that is a great strength.”
Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Li Keqiang and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Picture: AAP
Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China Li Keqiang and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. Picture: AAPSource:AAP
Premier Li agreed, saying China-Australia co-operation was not targeted “at any third party” and would benefit other countries and regions
“It is China’s consistent position that all countries, big or small, are equal members of the world, and there needs to be mutual respect and co-operation on an equal footing,” Premier Li said.
“There should be no such practice in which bigger or stronger countries bully the smaller or weaker ones.”
SOUTH CHINA SEA
Premier Li downplayed tensions in the South China Sea, saying China never had any intention to engage in “so-called militarisation”.
The Premier said it was the responsibility of all countries in the Asia-Pacific to maintain peace and stability in the South China Sea.
He said it was China would bear the brunt of any instability in the region, economically and otherwise.
“Chinese islands and reefs are primarily for civilian purposes, and even if there is a certain amount of defence equipment or facilities, it is for maintaining the freedom of navigation and overflight because without such freedom, or without stability in the South China Sea, the Chinese side would be among the first to bear the brunt of it,” Premier Li said.
He also said the region had been peaceful and stable all long, with no incidents of piracy attacks on commercial ships.

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