Nationals chief David Littleproud says Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has forged a “hole platitude” to “make oneself look good on the world stage” as Australia grapples with a scarcity of farm employees.
Mr Albanese advised the OECD in Paris Australia might be a part of the answer to assist the world’s meals shortages.
Mr Littleproud mentioned if farmers are “given the instruments” they are often a part of the answer.
“The Pacific program is nearly maxed out when it comes to how a lot we are able to truly put into farming,” he advised Sky Information Australia.
“If you’re prepared to allow them to (migrants) into building, hospitality, why not farming?
“Apart from that, that is only a hole platitude that Anthony Albanese made to the world to do effectively on the worldwide stage however ignored what was occurring on the home stage.
“And it isn’t nearly feeding the world, it is about feeding Australians at an inexpensive value.”