Chinese Prime Minister says he is ready to return to exchanges with Australia.

Chinese Prime Minister Li Qiang told Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese today that The Beijing government is ready to work with the Canberra government. in reviving multilateral exchanges with Australia

Xinhua news agency The Chinese official reports that Mr. Li said to Mr. Albanesi. On the sidelines of the ASEAN Summit in Jakarta of Indonesia that A solid and stable relationship will benefit both countries. Xinhua did not report that In what areas would China want to work closely with Australia, but stated that It's a positive move in relations with Australia. Meanwhile, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning said: China welcomes Albanese's visit to Beijing at the invitation of Premier Li. along with stating that The good and stable relations between China and Australia will be of fundamental benefit to the peoples of both sides.

Earlier, Mr Albanese had confirmed that he would visit China later this year. At a time when the Australian government seeks to stabilize relations with China. Australia and China have feuds on political and economic grounds. Including China's boycott of imports from Australia. China is unhappy with Australia's anti-foreign legislation banning Huawei from 5G communications contracts and China's call for an independent investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak. But relations have improved since Australia's centre-left government adopted a less confrontational policy towards China. After the party won last year's Australian election.

Source: Thai News Agency