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Mr Garnia’s spokeswoman Sirin Khoury said that every Canadian would abide by the rules after traveling outside the country, undergoing PCR tests for COVID-19 before and after boarding a flight to Canada and staying in a government – approved hotel for three days.
OmTo me Khauri said he traveled to the UK with his communications director, Ricky Laundry, who will do a total of seven tests for COVID-19 during their trip, including rapid tests each day while attending G7 conferences.
She said the British government had decided to allow ministers attending the G7 meetings and their employees not to give loans to 40 people in the UK.
“Recognized people coming for the G7 don’t need to be quarantined,” she said.
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb will host the G7 Foreign and Development Ministers’ Meeting in central London, where participants will follow strict measures related to COVID-19, including daily tests and social distance.
The office of International Development Minister Kareena Gould said she had not visited London because the UK government had decided she should actually attend.
Mr. Garnia received his first injection of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine on March 15.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced last month that Mr Garnia would personally attend the G7 summit.
The ministry said G7 ministers would work in coordination to control the Kovid-19 epidemic and ensure equal access to vaccines.
He said tackling climate change, increasing food security and promoting girls’ education would also be discussed.
The ministers will also study threats to human rights and democracy and regional security challenges in a number of countries, including China, Russia, Burma, Libya, Syria, North Korea and Iran.
Mr. Garnia also participates in 12E The ministry said the Arctic Council’s ministerial meeting will be held on May 19 and 20 in Reykjavik, Iceland.
The meeting was attended by foreign ministers from eight Arctic states as well as three Arctic Circular Polar Indigenous organizations and three Canadian groups.
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