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재신다 아던, 뉴질랜드 총리, Fires Back at Reporter’s Misogynistic Question

New Zealand Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern speaks at a joint press conference with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin on November 30, 2022 in Auckland, 뉴질랜드.

New Zealand Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern speaks at a joint press conference with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin on November 30, 2022 in Auckland, 뉴질랜드.

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Jacinda Ardern had a pointed answer for a reporter who questioned why she and Finland Prime Minister Sanna Marin were meeting.

아던, the Prime Minister of New Zealand, held a joint press conference with Marin, NS world’s youngest Prime Minister, 수요일에.

During the briefing one reporter said, A lot of people will be wondering: Are you two meeting just because you’re similar in age and got a lot of common stuff there, when you got into politics and stuff…?”

Calling out the question, Ardern replied with one of her own.

My first question is, I wonder whether or not anyone ever asked 버락 오바마 and John Key if they met because they were of similar age?” 그녀가 말했다. “우리, 물론이야, have a higher proportion of men in politics. It’s reality. Because two women meet, it’s not simply because of their gender.

아던, 42, then noted that Finlandexports into New Zealand NZ$199 million worth of exports.

She went on to salute the country for being a go-to for technology as the home of Nokia as well as a hub for biofuels and everyday hardware like elevators. Ardern added thata large number ofelevators in New Zealand come from Finland.

She shared that New Zealand typically trades NZ$14 million, with a majority being in the wine and beef industries.

There is huge potential between us,” Ardern said of New Zealand and Finland. “NS [European Union Free Trade Agreement] is a launch pad for that.

She suggested that her union with Marin was a way for their nations to do more thango through the motions of an FTA ratification” 그리고 “build on that economic agreement.

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Ardern said her hope is to grow the FTA and toleverage the economic opportunities between our two countries.

Added Ardern: “Little would be known about the depth of that relationship or the potential of it. But it’s our job to further it, regardless of our gender.

Marin then reiterated Ardern’s remarks.

We are meeting because we are prime ministers, 물론이야,” Marin said. “But as Jacinda said, we have a business delegation with us. We have a lot of things in common but also a lot of things where we can do much more together.

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She also echoed Ardern’s sentiment about joining together for stronger technology opportunities, 진술, “I really worry about the dependencies that we have right now on authoritarian countries when it comes to new technologiesWe have to make sure that we are not building the same traps when it comes to new technologies and digital solutions that we have right now in Europe when it comes to energy from Russia.

She concluded by stating the importance ofcooperation” ~ 사이 “democratic countries.

Marin’s comments come months after she faced criticism for dancing at a party.

I’m disappointed that they’ve become public,” Marin, 37, said of the videos of her, 스카이 뉴스에 따르면, which cited Finnish broadcaster YLE. “I spent the evening with friends. Partied, pretty wild, 예. Danced and sang.

She was adamant that she has nothingto conceal or hideand said she will conduct herself as she always has since becoming prime minister.