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Statement by Ministers Dion, Freeland and Bibeau marking Human Rights Day: “Today, we highlight and pay tribute to human rights defenders all over the world, who work tirelessly to promote and protect the rights of their fellow human beings, often at great personal risk.”

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“Canada congratulates Nana Akufo-Addo on his election to the presidency of Ghana and congratulates all Ghanaians for holding transparent and democratic elections in a calm and respectful manner on December 7.

“Canada also thanks President John Dramani Mahama for his commitment to democracy, prosperity and development in Ghana and in the Economic Community of West African States and for...
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“Canada will continue to urge the international community to take action for the victims of this tragedy, to pressure all parties involved, in particular the Assad regime and Russia, to immediately stop the attacks, to stop the blocking of life-saving humanitarian aid and to fully respect international humanitarian law and human rights in Syria.”

- Stéphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs

UN General Assembly calls for action on Syria in Canada-led resolution - Canada News Centre

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“What the Syrian people are going through is inhuman. Canada can make a difference and we should do anything we can to help bring the conflict to an end.” – Canada’s Special Representative to the Syrian Opposition.
Starting now on webtv.un.org: General Assembly meeting on the humanitarian situation in Syria and vote on the Canadian resolution. goo.gl/p7gE91

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“As an organization, the OSCE has been a force for good in the world working for stability, peace and democracy for more than a billion people.”

- Stéphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs

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Minister Dion concludes successful participation in Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Ministerial Council - Canada News Centre

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Minister Dion delivers remarks at the OSCE – The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Ministerial Council in Hamburg. His remarks focussed on four major issues for Canada: the fundamental principle of territorial integrity; conventional arms control; human rights; and respect for diversity. To read the complete speech, click on the link below.

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Minister Dion is attending the OSCE – The Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Ministerial Council in Hamburg, Germany, from December 8 to 9, 2016. The OSCE Ministerial Council is an opportunity for ministers from 57 participating states to focus on security issues, including conventional arms control, violent extremism and human rights.
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LIVE: Panel Discussion with the White Helmets, at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa.
LIVE: The White Helmets kick off their Canadian Tour with remarks by British High Commissioner to Canada, Howard Drake and Parliamentary Secretary Karina Gould, at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa.
“The OSCE works toward stability, peace and democracy, values that are at the core of Canada’s foreign policy. As a member of the OSCE, we are supporting and advancing Canada’s international security priorities with respect to human rights, fragile states, democracy, post-conflict rehabilitation, border security, disarmament, trafficking and conventional arms control in Europe, Russia and...
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Minister Dion to focus on international security priorities at Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Ministerial Council - Canada News Centre

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“Canada’s commitment to NATO is unwavering and we are determined to be a strong Ally within the Alliance. Canada will continue working with all of its NATO Allies on implementing the Warsaw Summit commitments and on demonstrating our continued unity.”

- Stéphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs

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When the bombs rain down, Syria Civil Defence rushes in. In a place where public services no longer function, these volunteers risk their lives to help anyone in need—regardless of their religion or politics. Known as the White Helmets, these rescue workers operate in the most dangerous place on earth.

Nobel Peace Prize nominees White Helmets to visit five Canadian cities - Canada News Centre

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Canada is committed to taking concrete action so that people around the world can feel safe and secure in their communities.
Minister Dion is attending the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting from December 6 to 7, 2016, in Brussels, Belgium. The main focus of this meeting will be to advance implementation of the Warsaw Summit commitments, including working more closely with partners to address the evolving security concerns around the world. Click on each photo to know more about the visit!

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December 13 will mark the 60th anniversary of the adoption of the “Three Wise Men” report, an important landmark for NATO.
Minister Dion is attending the NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting from December 6 to 7, 2016, in Brussels, Belgium. The main focus of this meeting will be to advance implementation of the Warsaw Summit commitments, including working more closely with partners to address the evolving security concerns around the world. Click on each photo to know more about the visit!

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Minister Dion had a wide-ranging conversation with leading Canadian-Lebanese businessman فؤاد مخزومي - Fouad Makhzoumi during his trip to Lebanon. The Minister was encouraged to hear of the great opportunities for Canadian business in Lebanon.
“Canada is dedicated to international peace and security, as illustrated by our leadership role in NATO’s enhanced forward presence in Latvia. I look forward to meeting with our NATO allies to continue to advance our cooperation on Euro-Atlantic and international security issues, and to address the many challenges we face together.”

- Stéphane Dion, Minister of Foreign Affairs

Minister Dion to attend NATO Foreign Ministers Meeting to discuss global security - Canada News Centre

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