OTTAWA, ON, June 2, 2021 / CNW / – The Prime Minister, Justin trudeau, announced today that he will attend the G7 Leaders’ Summit in Carbis Bay, UK of June 11 to 13, 2021. After the summit, he will attend the NATO summit on June 14 follow-up to the Canada-European Union (EU) Summit in Brussels, Belgium.
The G7 Leaders’ Summit, the NATO Summit and the Canada-EU Summit are all critical opportunities for the Government of Canada working with our global partners to find real solutions to the challenges facing Canadians and people around the world. Together, we will end the COVID-19 pandemic, create new jobs, grow our middle class, fight climate change, and build a more resilient world for all.
This year’s G7 Summit will focus on these key global priorities, as well as on seeking coordinated approaches to promote international rule and human rights, democracy and gender equality. In addition to the members of the G7, the UK also invited executives from Australia, India, South Africa and South Korea.
At the NATO Summit, Prime Minister Trudeau will join other leaders in re-committing to working together to address future transatlantic security threats and challenges, and to strengthen common security commitments that ensure the safety of our people.
During the Canada-EU Summit, the Prime Minister will meet with the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, and the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, to discuss areas for future collaboration. Together, they will discuss ways to fight climate change, fight COVID-19 and strengthen our economic ties to reap the benefits of the Canada-European Union Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), which created jobs and growth for all Canadians and Europeans.
When we work with our global partners to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow, Canadians benefit. Together, we will end the fight against COVID-19 and coordinate a recovery that creates jobs, develops the middle class, and builds a better future for all.
“Today more than ever, world leaders must unite to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow. Canada will continue to work with our global partners to keep our people healthy, create jobs and opportunity, develop the middle class, fight climate change and strengthen democratic values. Only together can we end this pandemic and build a future that works for all. “
– The Rt. Hon. Justin trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada
The Prime Minister and the Canadian delegation visiting the United Kingdom and Belgium follow strict public health protocols and procedures when visiting, in transit and upon arrival at home.
G7 leaders have met since the 1970s to discuss issues of national and global concern. This will be the first face-to-face meeting of G7 leaders since 2019 and the fifth G7 summit, Prime Minister Trudeau will attend.
The G7 includes Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK, United States and the European Union.
Canada last held the presidency of the G7 in 2018. UK holds the presidency in 2021, and Germany will hold it in 2022.
NATO is the cornerstone of from Canada international security policy. It is the main international forum in which to engage other nations on transatlantic defense and security.
Canada and the EU Strategic Partnership Agreement deepens and broadens bilateral cooperation on a wide range of issues such as international peace and security, the fight against terrorism, human rights and nuclear non-proliferation , clean energy and climate change, migration and peaceful pluralism, sustainable development, and innovation.
CETA has been offering Canadians and Europeans preferential market access since September 2017, and all economically important parts of the agreement are in force.
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SOURCE Office of the Prime Minister
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