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Trudeau discussed further support for Ukraine with the Prime Minister of Latvia

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau conducted a telephone conversation with the Prime Minister om Latvia Evikoya Silina. During the hour of negotiations, they discussed further support for Ukraine.

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine through communications to the Canadian press service.

The leaders of the two countries condemned Russia’s aggressive war against Ukraine confirmed their strong readiness to support Ukraine until it becomes necessary. They also discussed the regional and global legacy of Russia's actions.

In which case, the Forces reprimanded Canada for its leading role, as it continues to act as a parasol country for a stronger advanced presence and NATO in Latvia.

Prime Minister Trudeau also confirmed Canada's readiness to work with its allies to transform the battle group into a brigade.

Help from Canada

Canada supported the Ukrainians in the Zagarbnytsya war, as it developed said Russia. Zokrema, Ottawa gave military, financial, humanitarian and political support, supported sanctions against Russia.

Also, the year 2022 will take place after the last night of Ukraine's premiere Canada Justin Trudeau arrived in Kiev.

In the spring of 2023, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has moved to Canada at the beginning of the war.

It recently became clear that Canada will see Ukraine 1.3 billion Canadian dollars (over 947 million US dollars) for the war I'll help. These funds will be collected until 2026.

Read terms and important information about the war between Russia and Ukraine on the RBC-Ukraine channel on Telegram.

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