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Mr. Murray McLean

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Australian diplomats head for N Korea
news.ninemsn.com.au [cached]
The delegation, to be led by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's North Asia Division head Murray McLean, will attend talks with several officials between Saturday and February 3.
Is China at a Turning Point? - Asia Institute
asianinstitute.unimelb.edu.au, 7 May 2013 [cached]
Mr Murray McLean (AO), Prof. Ross Garnaut (AO) and Prof. Christine Wong
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Mr Murray McLean (AO) is Australia's former Ambassador to Japan (2004-2011) and current Chair of the Australia Japan Foundation. He has held a number of senior positions in China, both in Beijing and Shanghai, the USA and Singapore (where he was High Commissioner). He was appointed an Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) for distinguished service to the advancement of Australia's diplomatic, trade and cultural relationships in Asia.
Australian diplomats lobby N Korea - http://www.smh.com.au
www.smh.com.au [cached]
Though Australia isn't part of the talks, it has "strong concerns about the North Korean nuclear weapons program," Murray McLean, leader of the five-member delegation, said at the Beijing airport.
"Our principle objective ... is to encourage the North Korean government to very soon re-engage in the six-party talks dialogue process, which is aimed at resolving this nuclear weapons program issue," McLean said.
"North Korea needs to undertake and commit to cease that program in a verifiable and complete way."
Attempts by China and other governments to arrange a new round of talks have so far failed.The first round of talks involving the Koreas, the United States, China, Russia and Japan ended in August without a settlement.
The Australians are to meet with senior North Korean Foreign Ministry officials, said McLean, who is head of the North Asia division of Australia's Foreign Ministry.He wouldn't give any other details. >
"Our principle objective ... is to encourage the North Korean government to very soon re-engage in the six-party talks dialogue process, which is aimed at resolving this nuclear weapons program issue," McLean said.
"North Korea needs to undertake and commit to cease that program in a verifiable and complete way."
Australia, a close US ally, has diplomatic relations with North Korea, while Washington does not.
"Australia has this diplomatic relationship with North Korea, so we have an interest in having an ongoing dialogue," McLean said.
KOKI FOX23-- NEWS
www.fox23.com [cached]
Murray McLean, Australia's Foreign Affairs Department's first assistant secretary for North Asia, said in Beijing en route to Pyongyang that he would express "our strong views" against nuclear proliferation.
Maurice Strong, a special adviser to U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, said he would try to assess North Korea's needs for foreign food aid.
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Monash Vice-Chancellor's ...
projects.education.monash.edu.au, 13 Feb 2013 [cached]
Monash Vice-Chancellor's Professorial Fellow Professor Murray McLean received an Officer of the Order of Australia "for service to the Australian and international communities through significant leadership and co-ordination roles following the tsunami and earthquakes that occurred in Japan on 11 March 2011 and to the promotion of Australia's diplomatic and trade relationships".
As one of Australia's most senior professional diplomats, Professor McLean served as Australian Ambassador to Japan, in senior China postings (in Beijing and as Australian Consul-General in Shanghai), Australian High Commissioner to Singapore and as Deputy Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. After retiring from government service Professor McLean was appointed as Chair of the Australia Japan Foundation and adviser in the development of the Australian Government's White Paper 'Australia in the Asian Century'. He also advises and consults to business through his company, Dunmore McLean Pty Ltd.
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