Canada-UK Joint Declaration – Statement 2014
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
Statement of Commitment 2014: Building on Shared Objectives and Values.
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The Canada-UK Joint Declaration was endorsed by the British and Canadian Prime Ministers in Ottawa in September 2011 in order to develop a stronger partnership for the 21st century. It encouraged the British and Canadian Foreign Ministers to meet annually; this is the second annual meeting to Review progress under the Joint Declaration, and to Refresh objectives for the next twelve months.