Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with Prime Minister of Norway Jonas Gahr Støre

Patrick D Costa

During their discussion, the prime ministers reiterated their commitment to supporting Ukraine in the face of Russia’s ongoing invasion, for as long as it takes.

On 26th June, Head of the state Justin Trudeau met with the State head of Norway, Jonas Gahr Støre, on the edges of the Nordic State heads’ gathering in Vestmannaeyjar, Iceland.

During their conversation, the heads of the state repeated their obligation to supporting Ukraine despite Russia’s continuous intrusion, however long it takes. Highlighting the ruthlessness of Russia’s unlawful activities and their boundless effect, Head of the state Trudeau likewise perceived Norway’s significant initiative on European energy security.

The pioneers talked about Canada’s proceeded with help for Norway’s ongoing Chairship of the Cold Committee and noticed the significance of cooperating on Icy security, including joint preparation endeavors.

The heads of the state featured open doors for ventures and financial cooperation. Head of the state Trudeau welcomed State head Støre to consider joining the Worldwide Carbon Valuing Challenge.

Head of the state Trudeau lauded Norway’s new endeavors to propel truth and compromise with Native People groups and communicated Canada’s preparation to share encounters on executing suggestions to take action.

As Norway denotes a year since the disastrous mass shooting in Oslo on June 25, 2022, State head Trudeau offered his feelings to State head Støre for the death toll and wounds.

The pioneers anticipated seeing each other again soon at the forthcoming North Atlantic Settlement Association (NATO) Culmination in Vilnius, Lithuania.

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