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Australia's Albanese fulfills diplomatic pledge with Indonesia trip

New leader will discuss AUKUS pact with Jokowi in Monday meeting

Then Australia's opposition leader Anthony Albanese, right, and Indonesian President Joko Widodo meet at Parliament House in Canberra on February 10, 2020. (File photo by Getty Images) 

JAKARTA -- Australia's new Prime Minister Anthony Albanese will make a trip on Sunday to Indonesia, making true on a pledge to make relations with his country's largest neighbor a foreign policy priority.

Albanese will travel with Foreign Minister Penny Wong, as he did late last month -- days after his Labor Party won the federal election -- to the Quad leaders' summit in Tokyo.

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