The Canberra leg of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to Canberra was concluded by a Joint Signing Ceremony and a Joint Media Conference with Prime Minister Turnbull.
At the ceremony the Governments of Australia and the People’s Republic of China signed a Declaration of Intent regarding the review of elements of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement. Read more about this at the Minister’s website.
Signed a Joint Statement on Enhancing Inspection and Quarantine Cooperation.
Signed a Statement of Intent between Australia’s Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and China’s General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine on Cooperation on Trade of Salmonid Products sourced from an approved country and processed in China for export to Australia.
Signed a Memorandum of Understanding between Australia’s Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and China’s Food and Drug Administration on Cooperation in the Field of Food Safety.
Signed an Action Plan on Implementing Agricultural Cooperation Projects between Australia’s Department of Agriculture and Water Resources and China’s Ministry of Agriculture. Read more in a media release from Barnaby Joyce.
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