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Photo File: Australian Government Services Minister Stuart Robert speaks during the opening of the third annual cyber war games in Canberra, Wednesday, September 4, 2019. (AAP)

Photo File: Australian Government Services Minister Stuart Robert speaks during the opening of the third annual cyber war games in Canberra, Wednesday, September 4, 2019. (AAP)

ED: Morrison seeking to keep strong US ties

Sunday, September 15, 2019.

Scott Morrison will head to the US later this week to attend a White House state dinner at the invitation of Donald Trump.

Government minister Stuart Robert says it is an extraordinarily rare state visit for an Australian prime minister, the last being 14 years ago when John Howard visited when George W Bush was president.

It is also only President Trump's second state dinner with a global leader.

"The strength of the relationship with the US is extraordinarily strong,' Mr Robert told Sky news on Sunday.

"We need to keep it that way ... and only dialogue and engagement can do that."

He said Mr Morrison could build on the relationship he made during this year's G7 and G20 meetings in recent months.


SOURCE: AAP Newswire