Key Notes: Why should NZ be on the UN Security Council?
John Key: Why should NZ be on the UN Security
Over the weekend I returned from a
very successful visit to the United States.
I put New
Zealand’s case for a seat on the United Nations Security
Council, and met with President Obama along with other US
Our relationship with the United States is in
great shape. Watch my latest video to hear more about my
Rt Hon John
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