CANADIAN FOREIGN MINISTER IN MOSCOW.
Publication: Monitor Volume: 2 Issue: 69
Talks yesterday between Canadian foreign minister Lloyd Axworthy and his Russian counterpart, Yevgeny Primakov, revealed the expected differences on NATO enlargement, but Primakov did accept an invitation to visit Canada this summer for the signing of a treaty creating an Arctic Circle cooperation council. Primakov also announced that the "first Russian-Canadian bilateral summit" would take place during the Moscow nuclear security summit later this month. Axworthy was the last of the G-7 foreign ministers to meet with Primakov in preparation for the summit. (Interfax, Reuter, April 8)
Impasse in Vienna.