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Section 2: Performance Reporting

Outcome 1
Australia's national interests protected and advanced through contributions to international security, national economic and trade performance and global cooperation.

Outcome 2
Australians informed about and provided access to consular and passport services in Australia and overseas.

Outcome 3
Public understanding in Australia and overseas of Australia's foreign and trade policy and a positive image of Australia internationally.

Outcome 4
Efficient management of the Commonwealth Overseas Owned Estate

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Minister for Trade, Mr Mark Vaile, and the United Arab Emirates Minister of Communications, HE Ahmed Humaid Al Tayer, signed a bilateral air services agreement in Dubai in September 2002.
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Australian Ambassador to the United States of America, Michael Thawley, with Congressman Phil Crane, Chair, Trade Sub-committee, House Ways and Means Committee, and Congressman Cal Dooley, at the American Australian Free Trade Agreement Coalition reception in Washington in March 2003.
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The Australian embassy in Berlin organised a Study in Australia Day in May 2003. From left: departmental staff members, Bruce Soar and Uma Jatkar, and Executive Officer, Australia Centre Berlin, Ms Heidi Plucknett.
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