Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirmed President Gabriel Borek’s official visit to the North American country on Monday. “I look forward to my meeting with President Borek,” he said.
The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Thursday confirmed the visit that President Gabriel Borek next Monday.
This was stated by the US government in a statement, in which it indicated that the two leaders will meet on June 6 to advance common priorities and address global problems.
He pointed out that the leaders of the two countries will discuss on this occasion taking climate measures, including ocean protection and pollution prices.
Added to this is the promotion of human rights and gender equality, a commitment to indigenous peoples, and the growth of economies and the middle class.
But in addition, Trudeau and Burek will talk about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, with the aim of strengthening cooperation to create a common front against Moscow’s decision and provide support to displaced Ukrainians.
Similarly, it was indicated that leaders would meet with high school students to discuss youth leadership.
Trudeau: “I look forward to meeting President Borek”
“Canada and Chile have a deep relationship, rooted in shared values,” Trudeau said.
“We are committed to democracy, human rights and gender equality, combating climate change and promoting inclusive trade and international cooperation to address peace and security challenges,” said the Canadian prime minister.
“I look forward to my meeting with President Borek, where we will aim to strengthen our cooperation, both within the Americas and globally,” he concluded.
Let us remember that both heads of government have communicated twice since the election of the Chilean president in December 2021.
It should be noted that this year marks the 25th anniversary of the Canada-Chile Trade Agreement, and associated agreements on environmental cooperation and labor.
In addition, Canada is among the best study abroad destinations for Chilean higher education students.