316 words - May 20, 2013 | © DiploNews, all rights reserved.
The Arctic Council held its biennial Ministerial Meeting in Kiruna, in the north of Sweden on May 14-15. It gathered approximately 300 people and marked the end of the two-year Swedish chairmanship and the beginning of the Canadian chairmanship of the Arctic Council. "Canada is determined to see Arctic communities benefit from the economic boom that is unfolding in the region," said Minister Leona Aglukkaq...
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