US President Joe Biden joked that Australia’s new prime minister, Albanese, could sleep in meetings if he wanted to because of his tight schedule.
“Welcome to the quartet’s first meeting. You’re sworn in and you’re on the plane right away. So it’s okay if you want to fall asleep here because I don’t know how you did it. That’s right. That’s it. Really. It’s special. You just finished your campaign,” the president said. U.S. Joe Biden to the new prime minister Australia Anthony Albanese in Japan on May 24th.
immediately after declaration On May 23, the new Prime Minister of Australia, Albanese, took office, and then boarded a special plane to Japan to hold a summit with leaders of the United States, Japan, and India.
After the summit, the US President and the Australian Prime Minister also held separate bilateral talks. The new Australian leader also met privately with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.
new prime minister of australia AlbanianThe 59-year-old politician of Italian descent is the first non-English-speaking leader in Australian history. Mr. Albanese grew up in social housing and was a single mother living on a disability pension. In his 30s, Mr. Albanese first came to Italy to meet his father.
Albanese has 25 years of experience in the Australian Parliament and has been active in politics at both the state and federal levels. He was elected to the first political position in Sydney in 1996. The new Australian leader affirmed that he would strengthen the unity of the country, after a prolonged blockade caused the link between states and cities in Australia to break. broken.
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