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Advancing the interests of Australia and Australians internationally

Australian Government - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Advancing the interests of Australia and Australians internationally

Section 5: Financial statements

Financial statements for the year ended 30 June 2012

Photo of Third Secretary at the Australian High Commission in Abuja, Dr Christopher Watkins, attending the commissioning of the Gbalu local government school in Nigeria, where the Australian Government donated school furniture as part of the Direct Aid Program, February 2012.

Third Secretary at the Australian High Commission in Abuja, Dr Christopher Watkins, attending the
commissioning of the Gbalu local government school in Nigeria, where the Australian Government donated school furniture as part of the Direct Aid Program, February 2012.

Photo of The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator Carr, meets Thai Foreign Minister, Dr Surapong Tovichakchaikul, in the margins of the visit to Australia by Thai Prime Minister, Ms Yingluck Shinawatra, in May 2012. Photo: Auspic/David Foote

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Senator Carr, meets Thai Foreign Minister, Dr Surapong Tovichakchaikul, in the margins of the visit to Australia by Thai Prime Minister, Ms Yingluck Shinawatra, in May 2012. Photo: Auspic/David Foote

Photo of The Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Mr Marles, and Papua New Guinean football players, Mr Brendan Beno (at left) and Mr Gideon Simon (right). They were in Canberra to attend the signing of an MOU between the AFL and the Australian Government and joined Mr Marles in a test of marking skills at Parliament House in Canberra, August 2011. Photo: Mark Graham

The Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs, Mr Marles, and Papua New Guinean football players, Mr Brendan Beno (at left) and Mr Gideon Simon (right). They were in Canberra to attend the signing of an MOU between the AFL and the Australian Government and joined Mr Marles in a test of marking skills at Parliament House in Canberra, August 2011. Photo: Mark Graham

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