Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is currently visiting China and has met with the CCP's Prime Minister, Wen Jiabao. Their discussion focused on human rights abuses in China and Tibet. Here's more.
During the meeting, human rights issues in China and Tibet were the main theme. The two leaders also discussed Australia-China trade ties and global warming.
A day before the meeting, Mr. Rudd appealed to China's communist regime to communicate with Tibetans in order to solve the problems there.
Mr. Rudd says the Australian government is very concerned about conditions in Tibet and that he woluld address this issue during his meeting with Wen Jiabao.
Mr. Rudd says he's not afraid to touch on sensitive issues regarding the Chinese regime.
His visit to China will last for four days and he is expected to meet with the CCP leader Hu Jintao on Saturday.