British Foreign Secretary William Hague is visiting the country for the second time in two years.
After arriving in Auckland today, Mr Hague held formal bilateral talks with Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully, and was due to meet with Labour leader David Shearer.
Before heading to Christchurch tomorrow, Mr Hague spoke with 3 News’ Adam Hollingworth and discussed a range of issues – including New Zealand’s chances of obtaining a seat on the United Nations Security Council, and plans for New Zealand and the United Kingdom to work together more closely on cyber security.
Watch the video for the full interview.
source: newshub archive