FILE PHOTO: Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau takes half in a information convention in Ottawa
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden on Tuesday will hold his first bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, which can spotlight the sturdy and deep partnership between the 2 neighbors, the White House mentioned on Saturday.
“The meeting will be an opportunity for the two leaders to review joint efforts in areas of mutual interest such as the COVID-19 response, climate change, and the economic ties that bind our countries, as well as the deep people-to-people bonds we share,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki mentioned in an announcement.
While Biden has had at-times prolonged calls with a number of international leaders, the meeting with Trudeau may also lengthen to lower-level conferences between Cabinet ministers.
The occasion shall be digital. Biden and his Cabinet may also meet nearly with Canada’s ministers on a variety of bilateral and world points, Psaki added.
(Reporting by Lucia Mutikani in Washington; Editing by Matthew Lewis)