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***MEDIA ALERT*** Launch of foreign policy paper

Asia-Pacific Development, Diplomacy & Defence Dialogue < 1 mins read

***MEDIA ALERT*** Thursday, February 8

Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong and Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Birmingham will launch a new report from the Asia-Pacific Development, Diplomacy & Defence Dialogue (AP4D) at federal parliament this morning.

Who: Foreign Affairs Minister Penny Wong, Shadow Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Birmingham and AP4D Executive Director Melissa Conley Tyler

When: 8am Thursday, February 8

Where:  Dame Dorothy Tangney Alcove, Australian Parliament House, Canberra

What: Launch of AP4D’s report ‘What does it look like for Australia to take a whole-of-nation approach to international policy’

For more information, contact Georgie Moore 0477 779 928 / georgie@hortonadvisory.com.au

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