Australia Won't Join New Patrols of South China Sea, Says RobbBy
Trade Minister Andrew Robb Says Australia Won't Take Sides
China-Australia relations have `never been better,' Robb says
Australia wouldn’t take part in any U.S. naval patrols aimed at testing China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea and isn’t taking sides in disputes over one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, Trade Minister Andrew Robb said.
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