June 25, 2022

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks to the rostrum for a joint information convention at a army base in Adazi, Latvia, Tuesday, March 8, 2022.Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Wednesday and promised to ship extra army tools to Ukraine.

After the morning name, the Prime Minister’s Workplace mentioned the army tools was along with previous bulletins, however it didn’t present particulars on what was being despatched to Ukraine.

Mr. Zelensky additionally accepted an invite to deal with the Home of Commons, which is able to occur within the brief time period, the Prime Minister’s Workplace mentioned.

Mr. Trudeau is in Germany for the third day of his whirlwind tour by way of Europe and will likely be joined by Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland on Wednesday for conferences with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Within the final two days, he has met with the leaders of seven NATO international locations. Mr. Trudeau will meet with U.S. vice-president Kamala Harris on Thursday.

In a separate assertion posted to Twitter, Mr. Zelensky mentioned he and Mr. Trudeau mentioned “protection co-operation and the best way to enhance sanctions strain on Russia.”

He mentioned they “agreed on additional diplomatic steps,” particulars of that are anticipated in a while Wednesday.

Russia’s warfare on Ukraine entered its 14th day on Wednesday. Since its begin in February, a whole bunch of Ukrainian civilians have been killed in indiscriminate bombing. The warfare has additionally pressured greater than 2.1 million Ukrainians to flee and led to humanitarian disasters in a number of components of the nation.

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On Tuesday, the Ukrainian President spoke nearly to the British Parliament, telling politicians “we won’t quit, and we won’t lose. We are going to battle until the top.”

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