Mélanie Joly, Canada's minister of foreign affairs, is returning to New Delhi less than a month after she visited the city on her own for a bilateral visit in order to take part in the G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting. She will also be a featured speaker at the Raisina Debate, which is co-hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Observer Research Foundation, or ORF. In India from Wednesday through Friday will be Joly. It has never been more important for the G20 and Indo-Pacific partners to show our determination to make a genuine, long-lasting difference as the world continues to struggle with inflation, the rising cost of living, and supply chain disruptions that are exacerbated by Russia's illegal war against Ukraine.To overcome global difficulties and build a better future for everyone, we must all collaborate. In a statement released by Global Affairs Canada, the country's foreign ministry, she stated, "Canada welcomes India's G20 Presidency and its leadership in organising the Raisina Dialogue. In line with the G20 theme of "One Planet, One Family, One Future," she will "address India's G20 agenda with an emphasis on accelerating progress to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2023," according to the press release. According to the press release, "She will address the serious issues millions are suffering throughout the world, which are worsened by Russia's unjustified and unlawful war against Ukraine," the situation in Ukraine will be a primary emphasis.
She will take part in a panel discussion at the Raisina Dialogue about the G20's future in a changing world. While Canada continues to grow and invest in the area, generating more opportunities and establishing more bridges as part of its Indo-Pacific Strategy, it was stated that Minister Joly will emphasise the significance of an open, free, and safe Indo-Pacific throughout her tour. In February, Joly made a two-day trip to New Delhi, which was highlighted by a private meeting with the minister of external affairs, S. Jaishankar. As part of the Canadian government's Indo-Pacific Strategy, Maninder Sidhu, the parliamentarian secretary to the minister of foreign affairs, is currently in India, according to Joly. He is there to "engage with business leaders and civil society partners on strengthening ties between Canada and India." "India and Canada have a long history of friendly relations, and we share a desire to strengthen our trade and investment links. By leveraging our close bilateral links and Canada's Indo-Pacific Strategy, we are able to seize new chances for prosperity and economic growth "Indian-Canadian Sidhu stated in a release. In addition, Vice Admiral Angus Topshee, Commander of the Royal Canadian Navy, and Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe will participate in the Raisina Conversation.
Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie Joly Visits India For G20 Meet
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