Canada and NATO have spent the last dozen years fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan, when the more dangerous enemy was the country next door — Pakistan.
BY TAREK FATAH,TORONTO SUN
The letter by Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird was refreshing in its lucidity and demonstrated clarity, not common in this era of political correctness, where ambiguity passes for diplomatic-speak.
He wrote to a group of exiled Baloch students in Europe:
Canada’s Foreign Office writes back to BSO-Azad, expresses concern about extrajudicial killings in Balochistan
TORONTO: Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr. has expressed concern over forced disappearances and extrajudicial killings in Balochistan. In a letter to Baloch Students Organization – Azad (BSO-A), Mr. John Baird expressed deep concern over Balochistan humanitarian situation and urged Pakistani authorities to respect their international human rights obligations.
CANADA: In response to a letter of the coordinator of International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons the Canadian foreign minister said that, “The promotion and protection of human rights is an integral part of Canada’s foreign policy and I have noted with concern the reports of forced disappearances and extrajudicial killings in Pakistan’s Balochistan province.”