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Foreign Policy Of The Harper Government - Other International Issues - Relations With China
... Wikinews has related news Canadian Prime Minister to meet Chinese President Hu Jintao in Vietnam Stephen Harper meets with Chinese President Hu ... visit in October 2007 where he met with Harper, the first time a Canadian Prime Minister meet with the spiritual leader ... He discussed the issue in Vietnam with Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung where there have been also criticism on the country's respect of rights ...
Opposition To The War In Afghanistan (2001–present) - Troop Reductions and Removals
... In November 2007, Swiss Defence Minister Samuel Schmid announced the planned withdrawal of the last of its military deployment to Afghanistan that had started in 2003 ... Foreign Minister Maxime Verhagen stated, "I am certain that Dutch troops will leave in 2010." He also made clear, "I indicated that in writing.. ... On September 10, 2008, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged that Canada will withdraw the bulk of its military forces in Afghanistan in 2011, saying that a decade of war is enough and, "You ...

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