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ABC | Climate change, human rights, Taiwan and Russia discussed in formal meeting with Xi says Albanese




Anthony Albanese held formal talks with China`s President Xi Jinping at the G20 summit this evening. It was the first formal bilateral meeting between an Australian leader and the Chinese president since Malcolm Turnbull was prime minister in 2016.

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