Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced on Wednesday that he will attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (RCGC) in Rwanda, the G7 summit in Germany and the NATO summit in Spain by the end of the month.
At these meetings, the issues of global warming, economic crisis and war in Ukraine are discussed.
“I look forward to meeting with their leaders over the next few weeks to do the work needed to address these challenges and improve the lives of people around the world,” said Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
“Through these meetings, the Prime Minister will continue to strengthen key partnerships and advance shared priorities, including upholding peace, security and human rights; advance ambitious climate action and boost the economy; and to make life better and more affordable for people around the world,” the prime minister’s office said in a statement.
The Commonwealth countries are in the prime minister’s sights, who is keen to strengthen ties with the organization’s 54 states in order to improve the lives of the people in the countries concerned.
At the June 26-28 G7 meeting, Justin Trudeau and member countries will continue to deliver on their pledges to support Ukraine by working on solutions for displaced Ukrainians.
“The Prime Minister will continue to promote shared priorities such as fully supporting Ukraine, building a greener future and continuing to send COVID-19 vaccines to those in need, as well as the values that unite the G7 countries, including democracy, human rights and equality of the sexes,” it said.
At the NATO meeting, the Council is expected to discuss “current and future threats and challenges to transatlantic security, including Russia’s attack on Ukraine, and ways to strengthen our shared security commitments to protect our citizens,” the statement said.
The meeting will take place from June 28th to 30th.
A bilateral meeting between Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Justin Trudeau is also scheduled for June 30th.