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China’s Premier Li Qiang visits Australia

Chinese Premier Li Qiang met with Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.

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Supporters gather during a meeting between China’s Premier Li Qiang and Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, outside the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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Pro-Tibet demonstrators gather during a meeting between China’s Premier Li Qiang and Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, outside the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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Pro-Tibet demonstrators gather during a meeting between China’s Premier Li Qiang and Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, outside the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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Protestors and supporters gather as China’s Premier Li Qiang arrives ahead of a meeting with Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, outside the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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A gun salute is pictured as Chinese Premier Li Qiang inspects a guard of honour outside the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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Chinese Premier Li Qiang inspects a guard of honour outside the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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Chinese Premier Li Qiang shakes hands with Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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Chinese Premier Li Qiang shakes hands with Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.
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Chinese Premier Li Qiang signs the visitor book as Australia’s Prime Minister Anthony Albanese (not pictured) looks on at the Australian Parliament House in Canberra, Australia June 17.

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