Australian Foreign relations Stats


Croatia > Date of Establishment February 13, 1992 1992
Date of establishment of relations with China December 21, 1972 2014
Date of recognition of Israel None 2014
Date of recognition of Kosovo None 2008
Date of recognition of Syrian National Council Informal relations Rejection of Assad government 2014
Diplomatic representation in the US > Ambassador Beazley, Kim Kim Beazley 2014
International recognition of the Syrian National Council notes On 20 January 2012, Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd publicly rejected the Assad regime in a joint press conference with French foreign Minister Alan Juppe. "Our view in Australia is that Assad must go." On 24 January, Rudd met with UK foreign minister William Hague, and announced that he had met with Burhan Ghalioun, the President of the SNC, in the previous week. 2014
Nepal > Date of Establishment February 15, 1960 1960
Recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia Foreign Minister Stephen Smith said that "the declaration overnight by Russian President Medvedev I don't believe is a helpful contribution. Indeed some may regard that as provocative. I don't think it helps circumstances in Georgia and I don't think it helps relationships generally between Russia and the rest of the world. Australia respects the territorial integrity of Georgia and our ongoing position is that we believe that Russia should abide by the ceasefire effected through the European Union and President Sarkozy and return its forces to the positions they occupied on August 6 and 7". 2014


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