Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held several meetings with the leaders of the Group of Seven while at the Corbis Bay Resort in Cornwall, England.
The leader of Canada’s ruling Liberal Party met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel ahead of the summit, the Prime Minister’s Office said in a statement on Sunday.
The talks between the two sides included ways to respond to the epidemic and support the people most affected by the epidemic, and they discussed common priorities between Canada and Germany, the fight against climate change and the protection of our shared values.
The Canadian Prime Minister and German Chancellor stressed the importance of a comprehensive and sustainable eco-friendly economic recovery that will create good jobs. The two leaders discussed the situation in Ukraine and the strategic importance of cooperation in the Arctic.
In the context of his meeting in the United Kingdom, just before the G7 summit, Trudeau met with Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi yesterday, Saturday, which is the first private meeting between the two since taking office in Italy.
The two officials discussed the strong partnership between Italy and Canada, including the common values and relations between the two officials. The two leaders also spoke about the effects of the Govt-19 epidemic and relations with China. Negotiations also highlighted the importance of working together in multilateral contexts, particularly the G7, to promote economic recession and promote global prosperity.
During the bilateral talks, they attended the upcoming NATO summit and discussed their strong commitment to tackling Atlantic security threats and challenges in the future.
Trudeau also met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and French President Emmanuel Macron, and held a video conference with Queen Elizabeth Cole.
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