Labor leader welcomes call between Malcolm Turnbull and US president to discuss North Korean nuclear crisis

The Labor leader, Bill Shorten, and the shadow foreign affairs minister, Penny Wong, will travel to South Korea and Japan later this month to discuss the crisis on the peninsula and reaffirm the strength of the bilateral ties.

Confirmation of the trip by the Labor leader and the party’s Senate leader comes as the US president, Donald Trump, is scheduled to discuss the North Korean situation with Malcolm Turnbull in a phone conversation on Wednesday morning.

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