Ottawa confirms what his British counter office has already revealed: Justin Trudeau will personally attend the G7 summit in Corbis Bay, Cornwall, southwest of England, from 11 to 13 June.
The event comes at a crucial time for Canada and its allies. The bilateral meeting with US President Joe Biden is expected to take place during the summit.
In the discussion menu: pandemic management, global vaccine expansion, economic recovery and climate.
Summit hosted by Prime Minister Boris Johnson Last Sunday he said he was expecting a deal On a
Vaccine passport Between member countries to facilitate travel. Although Justin Trudeau is currently resisting the idea of resuming travel, Canada is participating in these talks.
A meeting between Justin Trudeau and Joe Biden could resolve the border issue. Tate-a-Tate is not yet officially scheduled, but two administrations are working on it.
Canada has just confirmed that it is extending the closure of its border with the United States until June 21. Business people and American politicians are impatient And is calling for a resumption plan.
Bilateral meetings between Justin Trudeau and other heads of state are expected to take place.
At the G7 summit, the British Prime Minister urged rich countries such as Canada and the United Kingdom to share their surplus vaccines as soon as possible to gain immunity.
The whole world By the end of 2022.
Together we can finally put an end to this epidemic and build a future that benefits everyone.Justin Trudeau said in a statement.
Boris Johnson wants to discuss a global pandemic readiness agreement between G7 members.
NATO and EuropeE
Following in the footsteps of England, Justin Trudeau will travel to Brussels to attend the NATO Leaders’ Summit on June 14.
General safety commitments, According to a press release from the Prime Minister’s Office.
This will undoubtedly be the question of the position of the alliance with China, the Russian presence on the Ukrainian border and the situation in Belarus.
On June 15, Justin Trudeau will conclude his trip with the Canada-European Union summit, during which he will meet with European Council President Charles Mitchell and European Commission President Ursula van der Leyen. They will mainly discuss the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), job creation and climate between Canada and the European Union.
Strict health measures
The official trip comes as Justin Trudeau discourages Canadians from traveling.
His office confirms it
The Prime Minister and the Canadian delegation will follow strict public health protocols and policies during their visit to the United Kingdom and Belgium, during their travels and after returning home..
Members of the Canadian delegation are tested daily while abroad.
Last week, the Prime Minister promised to honor the mandatory detention at the hotel upon his return to the country.