Tokyo Quad meeting a chance for incoming PM Albanese to present new Australia

Mr Anthony Albanese (second from left) after winning the Federal Election on May 21, 2022. PHOTO: REUTERS
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SYDNEY - Australia's incoming leader Anthony Albanese was elected on a firmly domestic agenda, yet his first move as prime minister will be to fly to Tokyo to meet leaders from three of the world's most powerful nations.

Mr Albanese will be quickly sworn in on Monday (May 23) along with his most senior ministers, including incoming Foreign Minister Penny Wong, the first Asian-Australian to hold the position.

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