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Australia is deeply shocked and saddened by the horrific terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.
Senator the Hon Marise Payne congratulates the Solomon Islands Electoral Commission and the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
This is the first national election since the end of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands (RAMSI), which ran from 2003 to 2017.
On Tuesday 5 February, a bauxite bulk carrier carrying over 700 tonnes of heavy fuel oil ran aground in Solomon Islands' Rennell and Bellona Province.
The Australian Government welcomes the announcement by the Syrian Democratic Forces of the territorial defeat of Da'esh.
World Water Day 2019 addresses the reasons why so many people are left out and has adopted the theme, 'Leaving no one behind'.
Targeted funds to scale already tested activities to address emerging challenges or opportunities in any sector of Vietnam’s innovation system.
Providing more Tongan workers with access to skills development opportunities, and helping fill labour shortages in rural and regional Australia.
A more flexible infrastructure financing power to support initiatives which benefit the region and have a broad national benefit for Australia.
Senator the Hon Anne Ruston, will travel to Papua New Guinea from 2 to 5 February to further strengthen our enduring Australia-PNG partnership.
Senator the Hon Marise Payne announces the appointment of Mr David Holly as Australia’s next High Commissioner to Sri Lanka.
Senator the Hon Anne Ruston will visit Nauru from 30 January to 1 February to represent the Australian Government at Nauru’s Independence Day.
Australia recognises and supports the President of the National Assembly, Juan Guaidó, in assuming the position of interim president.
On the afternoon of 25 January, staff from the Australian Embassy in Beijing made a consular visit to Australian citizen Mr Yang Jun.
On 23 January the Chinese authorities informed the Australian Embassy in Beijing that they have detained Mr Yang Hengjun.
Foreign Minister Payne will visit Thailand on 10 January to meet Thai Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai.
Foreign Minister Payne has announced Australia's new South Asia Regional Infrastructure Connectivity initiative (SARIC).
Minister Payne visited India on 8 and 9 January to participate in the Raisina Dialogue and meet with senior government ministers.
The Minister for Foreign Affairs will visit Myanmar on 12 and 13 December to meet with senior government ministers.
The Government has released Australia's response to the India Economic Strategy; a blueprint to transform our economic engagement.
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