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‘Tired of Australia exporting its problems’: Ardern denounces Morrison over detainee in Turkey

Instead of coming up with a plan, the Australians had walked away from their own problems, said Ardern.

New Zealand is unable to simply follow Australia's lead and cancel the woman's citizenship and that of her children; that would make the woman stateless, something barred by global law. "Australia did not act in good faith".

That's left New Zealand in the position of having to provide assistance to the woman, who was on an Interpol watch list, after she was detained on the Turkey-Syria border by Turkish officials.

Ms Ardern's Facebook post has been shared thousands of times while hundreds have commented across her social media pages.

"(The woman) has resided in Australia since that time, has her family in Australia and left for Syria from Australia on her Australian passport".

Morrison's rejection of the accused terror associate is consistent with his conservative coalition government's strict stance on deporting people back across the Tasman Sea who have tenuous ties to the country, as Breitbart News reported.

"She ended up being married to two men, both of whom died".

While Mr Morrison suggested the woman had "engaged in terrorist activities", a separate picture of her plight suggests otherwise.

Janidra Ardern, New Zealand's Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Nanaia Mahuta, and Defense Minister Peeni Henare announced that the country will withdraw its troops and end the military missions in Afghanistan.

"I was then informed [this] year that Australia had unilaterally revoked the citizenship of the individual involved", she said.

'The deployments to Afghanistan have been one of the longest-running in our history, and I wish to acknowledge the 10 New Zealanders who lost their lives in the line of duty, and the more than 3,500 NZDF and other agency personnel, whose commitment to replace conflict with peace will always be remembered, ' she added. That's just not the right thing to do. "They know exactly how we feel about this issue". "I ask of Australia that they do the same".

"My job is Australia's interest, that's my job", he told reporters there. The two prime ministers are scheduled to speak later today.

"Australia's interest here is that we do not want to see terrorists who fought with terrorism organisations enjoying privileges of citizenship, which I think they forfeit the second they engage as an enemy of our country".

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