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Australia - New Zealand relationship
At a government to government level, the relationship that Australia has with New Zealand is better developed and more extensive than with any other country.
The Prime Ministers of the two countries meet annually and consult frequently. For a number of years the Foreign Ministers of Australia and New Zealand have met twice yearly to discuss the overall relationship and foreign policy co-operation. The Trade and Defence Ministers meet their counterparts annually.
Below are a list of links to further information regarding the relationship between Australian and New Zealand.
- Australia - New Zealand relationship
- Australia - New Zealand: Growing Closer Together
- Anzac Day
- CER - Closer Economic Relations