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Trudeau: Canada’s commitment to Ukraine is stronger than ever

Before leaving for Washington to participate in the NATO meeting, the Prime Minister of Canada claimed that he is more committed to Ukraine.

When Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Washington before the start of the North Atlantic Treaty (NATO) Summit, he wrote on X social network: The attack on a hospital for innocent children is unjustified. .

According to the report of Elium 7, Trudeau’s claim comes while the Ministry of Defense of Russia announced yesterday, Monday, that Ukraine’s statements about Russia’s intentional attack on civilian targets in Kiev were false and noted that the aforementioned threat was caused by the downfall of Ukrainian air defenses.

Canadian Radio International announced that Trudeau is expected to attend the summit to deliver a message to NATO members to express his support for continued military aid to Ukraine. Washington is preparing to host the leaders of NATO member countries in a three-day meeting that will begin this Tuesday on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the establishment of this organization.

In this regard, US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said: The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit will discuss ways to strengthen the deterrence and common defense capabilities of NATO members, and this meeting will deepen exceptional transatlantic relations and strengthen security. It will work together.

Last year, NATO’s failure to set a specific timeline for Ukraine’s membership in the defense pact angered Kiev. During the 2023 NATO summit in Lithuania, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky strongly criticized the allies’ refusal to set a specific timetable for this purpose, calling it absurd.

Translator: Mina Azimi


© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Young Journalists Club
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