Canada ready to 'challenge' China, increase Indo-Pacific role: minister
Ottawa eyes more intelligence sharing with Tokyo, says Joly
Canada's Foreign Minister Melanie Joly arrives for the first day of the meeting of NATO Ministers of Foreign Affairs in Bucharest.
NEW YORK -- Canada will challenge China when it disrupts the international order, Foreign Minister Melanie Joly said in an exclusive interview with Nikkei.
"International norms have kept us safe since the Second World War and therefore need to be respected," Joly said.
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