The Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison accompanied Shinzo Abe, the Japanese Prime Minister on an historical visit to the Darwin which is Australian city in the northern part of the country.

The city has a history that it had shivered more than 75 years ago from the attacks by the forces of Japan.

The president of China, Xi Jinping had touched down the country only a few hours ago for a scheduled visit of the state with its neighbour of the Pacific.

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In the Pacific Ocean the two countries engaged in a conflict and struggle across the highlands. This was called as the New Guinea Campaign.

On Friday, the president of China, Xi Jinping touched down at the Port Moreby’s Jackson Airport.

The flags of China were wavering in the wind across the Papua New Guinea in order to welcome as well as honour him and the commitment of China with Australia which is a Pacific nation that is socially impoverished but rich in resource.

Last week, the Prime Minister of Australia had said that the country will now be stepping-up in the Pacific and that they will be taking their engagements with the region concerned to a whole new level.

He further added that he will also be appointing a whole new series of diplomatic posts regarding the same.

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From Port Moreby to Tahiti, a new contest has opened up all across the Pacific with the weapon of choice being the money.

The major players in this are Australia along with the United States, China and even Japan. These countries will be having a face off this very weekend.

This is the maiden state visit of the president of China, Xi Jinping and will be closely watched over by Canberra.

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