Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland (Source: AFP/VNA) Ottawa (VNA) – Canada, as a Pacific nation, is proud to stand with Southeast Asian partners to advance peace, security and prosperity for people in the region and globally, Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland has said. Canada will continue to work together to protect and promote the two sides’ shared values and interests, Freeland stated ahead of her visit to Singapore to attend the annual ASEAN-Canada Post-Ministerial Conference and the ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) from August 3-4. According to a press release by the Global Affairs Canada, the minister will meet with counterparts from Asia and around the world to advance Canadian priorities and coordinate international efforts on pressing political and security issues, such as the threat posed by the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, the violence against the Rohingya in Myanmar and the defence of human rights. She is scheduled to deliver the International Institute for Strategic Studies’ Fullerton Lecture on August 2 in Singapore. The Institute is a forum for leaders from around the world to discuss security and geopolitical issues. In her remarks, she will address how Canada, together with its partners in Asia and around… Read full this story
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