Canada participates in OSCE ministerial meeting in Slovakia

Canada participates in OSCE ministerial meeting in Slovakia

The Canadian government announced Monday its participation in a ministerial meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in Slovakia.

The Parliamentary Secretary of the Foreign Minister, Rob Olivant, will travel to Slovakia on Tuesday to represent his country at the meeting, which is attended by representatives of 57 countries to discuss security issues in the Euro-Atlantic and Asian regions.

Discussions will focus on the conflict in Ukraine and security concerns in the wider region; strengthening the role of OSCE in addressing cross-border threats, the importance of human rights, the rule of law, good governance and economic and environmental aspects of security.

This week’s meetings in the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) represent a valuable opportunity for Canada to work with partners with similar ideas to promote human rights and democracy around the world, “Olivant said.

Read also: NATO will continue to provide political and practical support to Ukraine

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