Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in London on Sunday evening to seek retaliation from Western allies over Russia’s occupation of Ukraine.
Trudeau was received at the airport by his former Minister of Public Security Ralph Goodell, who became Canada’s High Commissioner to the United Kingdom.
“Throughout the week I will be announcing the work we are doing to further support the Ukrainian people and the progress we are making with our allies and partners,” the Prime Minister promised in his account. To Europe.
The first phase of a week-long mission in Europe, which will be halted in the United Kingdom, will allow the Prime Minister to discuss with his British envoy, Boris Johnson, in addition to meeting with Queen Elizabeth II of England.
After that, Mr. Trudeau has to travel to Latvia, a NATO member state on Russia’s border, where hundreds of Canadian soldiers are stationed as part of Operation Resurrection. Visitors’ visits and meetings with the Prime Ministers of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are on the menu.
Also in Latvia, a meeting with Prime Minister NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg is scheduled.
After that, the trip will continue in Germany and end in Poland before then. A meeting with the two leaders is scheduled.
The issue of misinformation about the Russian invasion of Ukraine is of concern to allies. These will focus on how to combat the scourge, as Russia has suspended a wide range of social networks and independent media.
Beyond the situation in Ukraine, Mr. Trudeau and his colleagues will use their speeches to talk about economic recovery and the struggle against climate change.