Election of Albanese government signals ‘reset’ for relations, Ardern says – video | World news

New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern says she believes the May election result offers a ‘reset’ for relations with Australia, citing friction with the previous administration. Ardern is the first foreign leader to visit since Anthony Albanese became prime minister and they addressed the press together in Sydney.

Ardern says she has ‘no doubt’ Australia and New Zealand will discuss the deportation of NZ citizens in the future, acknowledging it is a new government that needs time to work through the issues. She also says New Zealand is ‘heartened and welcomes’ a tougher stance on climate by the new Australian government

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