“The safety and security of Canadians abroad is our top priority. Since January 22, Chinese authorities have restricted non-essential travel to and from the city of Wuhan, Hubei Province in China as a result of the spread of coronavirus..."
During the visit, Minister Champagne met with Saad Eddine El Othmani, Prime Minister of Morocco, and Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, to discuss shared priorities, such as peace, stability, gender equality and commercial ties.
The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today concluded a visit to Mali that focussed on the important and long-standing bilateral relationship between our two countries.
These projects will address numerous shared priorities in the region, including sexual and reproductive health rights, food security, promoting women and girls’ education and economic empowerment, maternal and neonatal health services, and supporting conflict prevention, peacekeeping and stabilization efforts in the region.
Canada welcomes the unanimous decision taken today by the International Court of Justice [ICJ] to apply interim measures in the current case between The Gambia and Myanmar concerning the Genocide Convention. We urge the Government of Myanmar to fully comply with this decision and to cooperate with the ICJ.
Members of the International Coordination and Response Group for the victims of PS752 held a call yesterday to update each other on the work they have been undertaking since their meeting last week at Canada House in London, United Kingdom.