Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the relationship with China is a ‘mutually beneficial one’ and he seeks constructive engagement. Photo: DPA Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the relationship with China is a ‘mutually beneficial one’ and he seeks constructive engagement. Photo: DPA
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the relationship with China is a ‘mutually beneficial one’ and he seeks constructive engagement. Photo: DPA

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Australia PM seeks ‘happy coexistence’ with China after war crimes tweet row

  • Scott Morrison had expressed anger after a Chinese official tweeted a doctored image of an Australian soldier, but took a softer tone on Thursday
  • China’s Global Times criticised New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern for backing Australia, claiming ‘Kiwis bleat like Aussie sheep but don’t condemn Afghan killings’

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Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the relationship with China is a ‘mutually beneficial one’ and he seeks constructive engagement. Photo: DPA Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the relationship with China is a ‘mutually beneficial one’ and he seeks constructive engagement. Photo: DPA
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said the relationship with China is a ‘mutually beneficial one’ and he seeks constructive engagement. Photo: DPA
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