Prime Minister Scott Morrison has praised yesterday’s “successful” meeting with Jacinda Ardern.
Mr Morrison joined Prime Minister Ardern in Queenstown on Monday where the two discussed regional security and their respective COVID-19 responses.
“We were able to reinforce our shared assessment of the regional security risks that Australia and New Zealand faces and our joint resolve to address those risks,” Mr Morrison told parliament.
“It was a good opportunity Mr Speaker, to discuss our respective responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Given we are one of only a handful of countries, a handful of countries, that has had the success in suppressing the virus compared to other countries around the world.”