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Trudeau joins G7 NATO summit-Prime Minister’s Office

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Trudeau joins G7 NATO summit-Prime Minister’s Office

Trudeau joins G7 NATO summit-Prime Minister’s Office

Ottawa (Sputnik)-Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will travel to Germany and Spain next week … 15.06.2022, in addition to Sputnik International, for the G7 and NATO Summits in late June.

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“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced today that he will attend the Commonwealth Headquarters (CHOGM) in Kigali, Rwanda, the G7 Summit in Schloss Ermau, Germany, and the NATO Summit in Madrid, Spain. At an official bilateral visit hosted by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. ” At the G7 Summit from June 26th to 28th, Trudeau calls on Russia to strengthen its support for Ukraine, while also discussing the climate. COVID-19, Democracy, Human Rights, Gender Equality, Releases have been added. The final stop is scheduled for June 28-30 in Madrid, Spain, where the Prime Minister attended the NATO summit and said the war and announcement in Ukraine, the alliance will be on June 30 at the summit. By the side, Trudeau said with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on climate, democracy, human rights, gender equality, the Prime Minister’s office said that Trudeau would be on June 23-25 ​​before attending the G7 Summit. I will visit Kigari in Rwanda until the day and attend the Federal Summit.

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Ottawa (Sputnik)-Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will visit Germany and Spain for the G7 and NATO summit in late June, in addition to next week’s head of state meeting in Rwanda, and the Prime Minister’s Office will press release. Said in.

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced today that he will attend the Commonwealth Headquarters (CHOGM) in Kigali, Rwanda, the G7 Summit in Schloss Ermau, Germany, and the NATO Summit in Madrid, Spain. At an official bilateral visit hosted by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez. “

At the G7 Summit from June 26th to 28th, Trudeau will call on Russia to strengthen its support for Ukraine and will also discuss climate, COVID-19, democracy, human rights and gender equality.

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According to the release, the final stop is scheduled for June 28-30 in Madrid, Spain, and the premiere will attend the NATO summit to discuss the war and threat to the alliance in Ukraine.

According to the Prime Minister’s Office, on June 30, justin Trudeau will meet with Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on topics such as climate, democracy, human rights and gender equality.

According to the announcement, Trudeau will visit Kigali, Rwanda from June 23 to 25 to attend the Commonwealth Prime Minister before attending the G7 Summit.

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