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New Zealand PM mistakes Japan for China

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New Zealand PM mistakes Japan for China

New Zealand PM mistakes Japan for China

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern mistakenly refers to Japan as China as she arrives in Tokyo.The Prime Minister was speaking to reporters when she made the gaffe during a news conference.

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