[Ottawa]British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that Justin Trudeau will attend the G7 summit next month in person.
The two leaders are looking forward to meeting in person in Cornwall, England, two weeks later, according to a reading of a telephone conversation between Johnson and Trudeau on Friday.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had previously stated that he would like to attend the meeting, which will be held from June 11th to 13th, but has not yet confirmed and the office will immediately respond to requests for comment. There wasn’t.
Foreign Minister Marc Garneau went to a meeting with G7 counterparts earlier this month and was quarantined at the hotel after returning, but a government commissioned report said on Thursday that Canada would withdraw this requirement for air travelers. Recommended.
A reading of the telephone conversation between Johnson and Trudeau states that the United Kingdom and Canada have agreed on foreign policy goals and have agreed to apply them to the issues discussed at the G7 Summit.
This includes tackling climate change, increasing global access to the COVID-19 vaccine, and improving gender equality and girls’ education.
They also read and wrote that they discussed strengthening relations between the United Kingdom and Canada and many foreign policy issues, such as agreeing to a comprehensive fair trade agreement and joining the Trans-Pacific trade agreement through the United Kingdom. States.