Trump tried to woo Australian Prime Minister but was told face to face that China is a partner

 Trump tried to woo Australian Prime Minister but was told face to face that China is a partner

Some countries, however, seem to be enjoying themselves - Australia, for example.

According to media reports from the United States and Australia, both sides have carried out high-profile publicity for the visit.

US President Trump held a welcome ceremony for Australian Prime Minister Morrison on the South Lawn of the White House on September 20, local time.

Morrison said that the visit will lay the foundation for the next 100 years relationship between Australia and the United States. And President Trump gave Morrison a grand state banquet, which was regarded as an unusual arrangement. Trump held his second state banquet in three years.

Nevertheless, facing the red carpet laid out by the White House, Morrison did not forget to say to Trump that China is our partner.

U.S. and Australian leaders met and talked about China all the time.

Morrisons visit to the United States is of high specifications. Among the many reception items, the White House State Banquet is the most concerned by the media in the United States, Australia and other countries.

On the evening of September 20, local time, Trump and his wife Melania hosted a state banquet in the Rose Garden of the White House for Morrison, the second state banquet in Trumps three years in office.

CNN pointed out that the state banquet was a very important diplomatic gesture intended to strengthen relations with allies.

On September 20, local time, Trump and his wife Melania held a state dinner for the visiting Morrisons.

An analysis of why Morrison and Trumps dinner was a diplomatic triumph was published on the website of Australias Sydney Morning Herald on September 20.

This visit is undoubtedly the most important moment on the global stage since Morrison came to power more than a year ago. The article says.

It is noteworthy that, according to US media reports, China has also become an important topic in this important moment.

We have been discussing China, and Scott has a very distinct view of China. Trump said at a press conference.

However, from the Australian media reports, Morrisons views are obviously very different from Trumps.

On September 20, local time, Trump and Morrison held a joint press conference at the White House.

When Trump declared China a global threat, Morrison sent him a different message: China is a partner, not a threat.

During the talks in the Oval Office of the White House, Morrison said, We have a comprehensive strategic partnership with China.

Our cooperation with China is very good, but as we have said many times, we need to ensure that as countries continue to develop and develop their potential, cooperation will reach a new level. He said.

According to the analysis, Morrison made this statement in order to ease the trade friction between the United States and China.

The official position of the Australian government is to welcome the rise of China. The report said.

Australian media asked Morrison: When will you visit China?

In fact, the discussion about China began before the press conference.

When Morrison just arrived in the United States, Bloomberg said in a report on September 20 that the United States and Australia were facing a critical moment and claimed that the two countries jointly sought to confront Chinas growing influence in the South Pacific.

The Australian newspapers website, the same day, gave a completely different comment. Morrison said he hoped China would become part of an inclusive, prosperous and secure Indian Ocean-Pacific region.

The report quotes Morrison as warning that the US-China trade conflict may cast a long shadow on international trade and markets. However, the report also pointed out that Morrison did not criticize China.

According to the newspaper, Morrisons approach is to walk a tightrope between the United States and China.

Trump met Morrison at the White House on September 20, local time.

When it comes to Australian relations with China, Australian media are also very concerned about the question: When can Morrison visit China?

Before Morrisons visit to the United States, Australian media giant Kerry Stokes called Morrison through the media: Its time to visit China.

In Beijing, there is no red carpet for Australia. Before Morrisons visit to the United States, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) website pointed out on September 18.

The article said that although the current Australian-Chinese relations have eased somewhat compared with the freezing point of Turnbull as Prime Minister, the Australian-Chinese relations are still very tense at the political level.

To be fair, Morrison would very much like Beijing to send him an invitation. The article says.

When Morrison attended a press conference at the White House, reporters also asked questions about his visit to China.

Morrison responded by saying that if invited, he would visit China.

Re-engagement with China is a better way

On September 22, Australian newspaper website quoted Australian Labor Party leader Joel Fitzgibbon as asking: In the past two or three years, we have spoken so poorly against Chinese language and speech. Why did Beijing invite the Australian Prime Minister?

Fitzgibbon believes that if Australia wants to exert influence in maintaining global peace and security, it must prove itself to be a mediator.

This is a very complex challenge.

Canberra, the capital of Australia

As for how to prove itself, the Australian Financial Review also shouted to Morrison that it would be better to re-engage with China if free trade was to be maintained throughout the Pacific.

Its for ourselves and for the rest of the world. The report said.

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