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G7 Foreign Ministers Condemn Russia About Navalny Detention, ‘Violent Suppression’ Of Protests

By RFE/RL January 26, 2021 International ministers from the Team of 7 (G7) key industrial nations have condemned Russia for the “politically motivated” detention of Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny and the “violent suppression” of protesters demanding his launch about the weekend. In a joint statement on January 26, the overseas ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom,… Read more →

Overseas ministers meeting postponed after Cabinet reshuffle

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — The inaugural meeting of the Caricom-Canada International Ministers’ Team established for Wednesday has been postponed, next a Cabinet reshuffle in the North American place that saw Franois-Philippe Champagne reassigned from the foreign ministry on Tuesday.&#13 Just several hours after saying that Caricom Ministers of International Affairs would have talks with Champagne at a virtual conference of… Read more →

International ministers assembly postponed following Cabinet reshuffle

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — The inaugural meeting of the Caricom-Canada Foreign Ministers’ Group set for Wednesday has been postponed, pursuing a Cabinet reshuffle in the North American country that noticed Franois-Philippe Champagne reassigned from the foreign ministry on Tuesday.&#13 Just hours right after announcing that Caricom Ministers of Foreign Affairs would have talks with Champagne at a digital assembly of… Read more →

EU international ministers connect with for end to funding fossil fuels overseas

EU nations are in search of to align trade and international expense insurance policies with the bloc’s weather objectives, marketing a world phaseout of fossil fuels European Union international ministers will boost a international period out of fossil fuels and reaffirm commitments to finance local climate adaptation steps at a meeting on Monday. “EU electrical power diplomacy will discourage all… Read more →

G7 Foreign Ministers Condemn Russia Around Navalny Detention, ‘Violent Suppression’ Of Protests

Foreign ministers from the Team of Seven (G7) important industrial nations have condemned Russia for the “politically inspired” detention of Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny and the “violent suppression” of protesters demanding his release more than the weekend. In a joint statement on January 26, the international ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States… Read more →

Regional foreign ministers to meet with Canadian counterpart

Regional foreign ministers to meet with Canadian counterpart Latest News Regional foreign ministers to meet with Canadian counterpart Tuesday, January 12, 2021 GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Caribbean Community (Caricom) Ministers of Foreign Affairs will have talks with their Canadian counterpart, Franois-Philippe Champagne, on Wednesday, during the inaugural meeting of the Caricom-Canada Foreign Ministers’ Group which… Read more →

Regional international ministers to meet with Canadian counterpart

GEORGETOWN, Guyana (CMC) — Caribbean Group (Caricom) Ministers of Foreign Affairs will have talks with their Canadian counterpart, Franois-Philippe Champagne, on Wednesday, for the duration of the inaugural meeting of the Caricom-Canada International Ministers’ Group which will be held pretty much. Underneath the co-chairmanship of Minister Champagne and Haiti’s Minister of International Affairs and Worship and Chairman of the Council… Read more →

Enterprise lauds new Market Minister’s corporate practical experience

François-Philippe Champagne, seen here on Nov. 3, 2020, replaces Navdeep Bains in the second sizeable shuffle of the Liberals’ financial portfolios for the duration of the worst financial crisis in generations. Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Push Company associations say Ottawa’s new Innovation, Science and Industry Minister, François-Philippe Champagne, is inheriting a hard file, but welcome new management soon after an formidable… Read more →

Canada PM Trudeau to shuffle cabinet, name new international and innovation ministers – sources, media

By David Ljunggren OTTAWA, Jan 11 (Reuters) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau options to shuffle his cupboard on Tuesday and name new ministers of overseas affairs, transportation and innovation, sources and domestic media explained on Monday. A few resources straight common with the subject explained Trudeau would carry out a limited shuffle on Tuesday early morning. The resources, who… Read more →