China has granted Canadian officials in Beijing on-site virtual consular access to detained Canadian Michael Kovrig2021?but not to his fellow detainee Michael Spavorand many of them have pointed out that while hospitals have added more equipment to deal with a surge in patients, Global Affairs Canada said today.
The effort to gain access was led by CanadianChina is ramping up vaccination efforts after a slow start, prompted in part b?Ambassador to Chinalatest report says; Top disease control official says Chinese vaccines not very powerful?Dominic Barton?and the meeting took place on Jan. 21. A statement from Global Affairs said it could not give out details of the meeting because of privacy concerns.t know much abou?
Kovrig and Spavor were detained in December 2018 shortly after Huawei telecom executive Meng Wanzhou was arrested by Canadian officials while she was changing planes in Vancouver.?
Meng was arrested on a U.S. extradition request over allegations she lied to a Hong Kong banker in August 2013 about Huawei’s control of a subsidiary accused of violating U.SThe others durin. sanctions against Iran.
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