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    The Minister of Foreign Affairs will host his counterpart from China for talks and an official dinner in the capital next week

    The Minister of Foreign Affairs will host his counterpart from China for talks and an official dinner in the capital next week


    Winston Peters says they look forward to engaging with Wang Yi about one of New Zealand's most important and complex relationships.

    He says two-way trade and strong cultural and business links have delivered significant benefits for both countries.

    Peters says it is timely to discuss how to best work together -- 10 years on since our Comprehensive Strategic Partnership was agreed.

    The Ministers will also discuss regional and global issues - including the importance of stability in the Indo-Pacific region. 03-14-24 1727

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