"I mentioned human rights, rule of law, specifically extrajudicial killings, as an issue that Canada is concerned with", Trudeau said.
Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived at Clark International Airport past 1 pm on November 12 to attend the 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit and Related Summits in Manila and Clark. "I impressed on him the need for respect for the rule of law, and as always offered Canada's support and help as a friend to move forward on what is a real challenge".
"Countries around the world know that when you engage with Canada you will hear about human-rights concerns and we are the first to mention that we are not ideal, either".
Social media was all abuzz yesterday afternoon - and well into the night - with shared photos of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ordering take-out food at the North Harbour branch of Jollibee, and even interacting with some customers.Читайте также: Motorola re-enters the tablet market after 6 years with Moto Tab
Trudeau said Indigenous peoples in Canada have suffered "neglect, marginalization and mistreatment" for centuries. They expressed concern over the number of killing in the government's drug war.
However, Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque said the issue was not raised.
The two sides later issued a statement saying they "underscored that human rights and the dignity of human life are essential, and agreed to continue mainstreaming the human rights agenda in their national programs".
The Canadian prime minister's comments came the day after US President Donald Trump hailed the "great relationship" he enjoys with Duterte in a meeting the Philippines government said did not touch on human rights.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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