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Meeting with New Zealand Defence Minister

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THE HON. JOHN MOORE, MP


Minister for Defence

Phone: 61 (02) 62777800 Fax: 62734118 Media Inquiries: 0419 982482 Email: J.Moore.MP@aph.gov.au Website: www.defence.gov.au

Wednesday, 26 July 2000 MIN180/00

Meeting with New Zealand Defence Minister

The Minister for Defence, John Moore, will tomorrow meet with his New Zealand counterpart, the Hon. Mark Burton, at Parliament House in Canberra.

Discussions will include regional security issues, and Defence management and reform.

A photo opportunity will be available at 9:30am and there will be a media conference at 10:00am.

Details:

Photo opportunity: 9:30am - 9:35am Committee Room 1-R-2, Parliament House

Media conference: 10:00am - 10:15am "Blue Room", Ground Floor, Parliament House


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