Weatherill lobbies victoria on environmental flows, climate and Indigenous issues Read more

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The prime minister, Malcolm Turnbull, told reporters that he and the attorney general had had no contact with the state over the issue.

“I don’t have any contact with any state-owned enterprises or any state-owned companies in relation to this issue,” Turnbull said.

A spokeswoman for the federal department of public works ajarvees.comnd infrastructure, Michelle McKeown, told the Guardian that the departm바카라사이트ent had no records of a contact between the department and an entity involved in the project.

A spokeswoman for the department of foreign affairs, who did not want to be named because they were not authorised to comment publicly, said the department had “no record of any correspondence with the state”.

“But to answer the question of why there was a visit with the prime minister, there were a number of meetings during which Australia’s representatives were in discussion with indigenous leaders about the risks of climate change, including climate change impacts and how to better prepare for the event,” the spokesman said.

“A delegation from the prime minister’s office was also in discussion with the government about those risks as part of the government-to-government discussions relating to climate change, including climate change impacts.”

A spokeswoman for the department of trade and investment, who did not want to be named because they were not authorised to comment publicly, said: “This is a matter for the business of these companies. This is not one of our concerns … and that’s really where our understanding is.

“The government recognises indigenous la더킹카지노nd is of fundamental importance to Australia’s future prosperity. But, as prime minister, we have the responsibility to look after our national interest, and protect the environment and its people.”

In a recent interview with ABC radio, the prime minister said that his government had also discussed the risks of climate change with the indigenous people and their leaders, including the First Nation of the Northern Territory.