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Minister Joly to advance economic security cooperation in the Republic of Korea and deepen ties with the Philippines

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Minister of Foreign Affairs Honourable Mélanie Joly announced today that she will visit Seoul, Republic of Korea (Korea), from May 15 to May 17, 2023, to promote economic prosperity and security cooperation between the two nations. Additionally, she will travel to Manila, Philippines, from May 18 to 21, with the intention of advancing bilateral cooperation and putting Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy into action.

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In Seoul, Clergyman Joly will partake in the Undeniable Level Monetary Security Discourse with the Noteworthy François-Philippe Champagne, Priest of Advancement, Science and Industry, and their Korean partners. The Exchange looks to seek after the Pioneers’ responsibilities to tending to financial security challenges through upgraded respective and multilateral collaboration, and extend the two nations’ essential association on esteem chain and inventory network versatility. Following that, Minister Joly will accompany Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his official visit to the Republic of Korea. During this time, he will hold a number of high-level meetings, including one with President Yoon Suk Yeol, to help advance Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy and put the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between Canada and Korea into action.

Minister Joly will meet with Secretary for Foreign Affairs Enrique A. Manalo and other Cabinet members in Manila to talk about Canada’s Indo-Pacific Strategy, ASEAN partnership, maintaining a rules-based international order, and regional security and stability. In addition, Minister Joly will meet with representatives of the government, academics, leaders of non-governmental organizations, and leaders of civil society to learn more about the difficulties that the Philippines and the region are facing. Expanding on the resilient individuals to individuals ties between the two nations, she will look for ways of upgrading collaboration under Canada’s Indo-Pacific Procedure to defy defame impact, battle environmental change, safeguard oceanic conditions and construct stronger, comprehensive and prosperous social orders.

All through her visit to Korea and the Philippines, Clergyman Joly will advance areas of strength for individuals to-individuals ties among Canada and its Indo-Pacific accomplices.

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