By Darcy Daley
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will welcome his counterpart from across the ditch, John Key in the annual Australia-New Zealand leaders’ meeting in Sydney this Friday.
According to a press release from the Prime Ministers office, the two leaders will hold discussions about the business link between the countries at a Trans-Tasman business circle lunch.
They will also discuss other issues such as climate change, the treat of terrorism, and the Syrian refuge crisis.
“Australia and New Zealand share a unique and close partnership which is underpinned by shared history and values,” The statement reads.
“We share a common view of the world and work closely together in the region and internationally to advance our common interests.”
In 2015 the Trans-Tasman goods and services was valued at $23.4 billion.
Prime Minister Keys visit won’t be all that long but it will be affiant according to Prime Minister Turnbull.