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May 11 – Ottawa, Ontario – Global Affairs Canada

The Honourable Mélanie Joly, Minister of Foreign Affairs, today announced that she will be travelling to Germany to participate in the G7 and NATO foreign ministers’ meetings, taking place from May 12 to 15.

At the G7 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting in Wangels, Germany, Minister Joly will meet with her counterparts to reiterate Canada’s opposition to Putin’s unprovoked and unjustifiable war against Ukraine and Canada’s steadfast commitment to the people of Ukraine. G7 ministers will also discuss pressing international issues, such as the global consequences of the Russian invasion, ongoing peace and security issues in Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, support to end the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fight against climate change.

In Berlin, Germany, Minister Joly will meet with her NATO counterparts to discuss how best to align efforts to support Ukraine’s independence and territorial integrity. Allies will also meet with Finland and Sweden, and exchange views on upcoming priorities for the NATO Leaders’ Summit being held in Madrid, Spain at the end of June. These priorities include NATO’s Strategic Concept and other transatlantic security challenges.

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