Albanese heads to NATO summit as trouble brews back home

26/06/2022 11:20:00 PM

Anthony Albanese will fly to Europe today for the NATO summit as he faces anger from crossbenchers over staff cuts.

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese is on his way to Europe, as he prepares for critical talks with world leaders in Spain. lizziedaniels 9News DETAILS:

Anthony Albanese will fly to Europe today for the NATO summit as he faces anger from crossbenchers over staff cuts.

summit in Spain as the world confronts the fallout from the war in Ukraine and its impacts on the global economy.It is the first time an Australian leader will attend a NATO meeting since Kevin Rudd in 2008.Aside from discussing rising fuel and food costs caused in part by the war between Russia and Ukraine, Albanese is expected to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron.

READ MORE:Anthony Albanese will head to Europe today for the NATO summit.(AP)Australia has had strained relations with France since it pulled out of a $90 billion deal submarine deal.Meanwhile, the prime minister looks set to come back to a storm of his own making after angering crossbenchers by cutting staff allocations to members of parliament.

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lizziedaniels Has anyone got a count on day’s “I won’t go missing “albo has actually been in the country since he was elected. lizziedaniels WELL DONE ALBO. It’s great to know we have a responsible competent intelligent PM representing Australians interests on the world stage.. imagine what a disasterous embarrassment the unintelligent warmongering boats scaremongering hard right wing extremist Dutton would be..

lizziedaniels WELL DONE ALBO .. it’s great to have a resonsible competent intelligent PM representing Australians and our interests instead of those diplomatic LNP morons.. imagine that warmongering boats scaremongering braindead idiot Dutton meeting world leaders..he’d be worse than Morrison lizziedaniels World leaders in Spain 😅 they ain’t leading shit Albo.

lizziedaniels Maybe instead of burning fuel he could use Zoom like everybody else! lizziedaniels I assume since this pelican AlboMP is so worried about 'climate change', that that is a fully loaded commercial passenger plane. You know, not a large RAAF jet with minimal people in it. lizziedaniels AUSTRALIAN PM - has 'critical talks'...in 'Spain'? Whats wrong with ZOOM? And whats so critical that it concerns SPAIN? Hmmm..

lizziedaniels lizziedaniels Cya Albo thanks for visiting lizziedaniels Meanwhile lizziedaniels Aaahhh, the jetset life. I hear Spain is lovely this time of year. Much nicer than Ivey old Canberra.

Anthony Albanese concerned about Russia-China 'closeness' ahead of NATO summitWith the summit in Spain expected to be dominated by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the Prime Minister says he is worried about what implications Moscow's actions will have for world security, including in the Indo-Pacific region. Why is he even at a nato summit? We aren’t in nato.. how much is this costing us AlboMP I thought albanese is a Marxist and taking notes from Russia and China on how to become authoritarian? Airbus Albo

Albanese prepares to meet NATO leadersLearn your place boy. Australia isn’t in the North Atlantic. Oh God, he’s taking himself too seriously.

Anthony Albanese concerned about Russia-China 'closeness' ahead of NATO summitWith the summit in Spain expected to be dominated by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the Prime Minister says he is worried about what implications Moscow's actions will have for world security, including in the Indo-Pacific region. Why is he even at a nato summit? We aren’t in nato.. how much is this costing us AlboMP I thought albanese is a Marxist and taking notes from Russia and China on how to become authoritarian? Airbus Albo

Albanese prepares to meet NATO leadersLearn your place boy. Australia isn’t in the North Atlantic. Oh God, he’s taking himself too seriously.

Anthony Albanese heads to Europe as Penny Wong travels to Southeast AsiaThe Prime Minister and Foreign Minister are both heading overseas on Sunday as they continue to meet with world leaders following the election of the Albanese government last month. ffs.. Damn flying all over the show zoom calls work too less cost This bloke doesn’t want to be involved in our internal affairs

The power behind the PM – who are Labor’s powerbrokers in government?Analysis: With its election to government, Labor's factional roots are feeding and protecting Anthony Albanese. Who are the people who wield power behind the scenes? | jamesmassola jamesmassola Did the murdoch media help anthony albanese get elected? jamesmassola Fckin lol … “analysis” How do I get paid to produce stuff like this? auspol jamesmassola 5 weeks govt , claws are out already Murdoch people are quiet , only ch9 people

NATO summit in Spain as the world confronts the fallout from the war in Ukraine and its impacts on the global economy.The Prime Minister is on his way to Spain for what he has called an "absolutely critical" NATO summit in Madrid.3 minutes ago Ahead of Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s trip to the NATO summit in Madrid, he says he wants Australia to be a part of a “global solution”.The Prime Minister is on his way to Spain for what he has called an "absolutely critical" NATO summit in Madrid.

It is the first time an Australian leader will attend a NATO meeting since Kevin Rudd in 2008. Aside from discussing rising fuel and food costs caused in part by the war between Russia and Ukraine, Albanese is expected to meet with French President Emmanuel Macron. Before departing on Sunday evening, Anthony Albanese said the world was "uncertain" since the Russian invasion. READ MORE: Anthony Albanese will head to Europe today for the NATO summit. To date, Australia has pledged $285 million dollars to support the Ukraine government. (AP) Australia has had strained relations with France since it pulled out of a $90 billion deal submarine deal. The PM said he also had concerns over what implications Russia's actions had for world security, including in the Indo-Pacific region. Meanwhile, the prime minister looks set to come back to a storm of his own making after angering crossbenchers by cutting staff allocations to members of parliament. "Russia and China, their arrangements and closeness that has occurred in recent times means that it's also very important for our region," he said.

Two crossbenchers, ACT Senator David Pocock and Tasmanian Senator Jacqui Lambie, have threatened to vote against Labor government legislation over the move, The Sydney Morning Herald reports. The PM also has concerns over what implications Russia's actions had for world security. Lambie said the staff cuts would mean she would struggle to get across the detail of proposed Labor bills. "I thought Labor were supposed to be the grown-ups?" she said. But it's important that democratic nation stand with Ukraine. "If we can't go through the legislation [with advisers] how can we vote on it? I'm not voting for something that I can't go through." READ MORE: Jacqui Lambie is not happy about staffing cuts." Mr Albanese is expected to land in Madrid late on Monday and has a full week of engagements planned while he is in Europe, including bilateral talks with several world leaders while in Europe, including US President Joe Biden." Mr Albanese is expected to land in Madrid late on Monday and has a full week of engagements planned while he is in Europe, including bilateral talks with several world leaders while in Europe, including US President Joe Biden.

(Alex Ellinghausen) Albanese has said the number of advisers allocated to MPs will be cut from four per MP to one. The MPs will continue to have four lesser paid advisers to deal with constituency matters.. Nine political editor Chris Uhlmann said while any protests from crossbenchers would not cause an issue for Labor in the Lower House, it could potentially be problematic when it comes to passing legislation in the Senate. "(Albanese) doesn't need them in the Lower House because he has the numbers there. He does need them in the Senate.

Labor needs to get all the Greens on board, plus one, so he needs one more senator in the Upper House," Uhlmann said. The staffing cuts are expected to save the government around $4 million. Continue reading .