U.S. President Joe Biden’s first official assembly with a international head of presidency shall be a digital encounter on Tuesday with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
“During the meeting, Prime Minister Trudeau and President Biden will advance shared priorities, and work together to end the global COVID-19 pandemic,” a media assertion from the Prime Minister’s Office mentioned Saturday.
“They will discuss their shared vision for a strong economic recovery, growing the middle class and creating jobs, maintaining strong supply chains, climate change, our bilateral energy relationship, defence and security, and promoting diversity and inclusion.”
Biden has already had a sequence of cellphone conversations with a lot of leaders, beginning with Trudeau shortly after his Jan. 20 inauguration. The new administration has signalled its want to enhance relationships with conventional American companions by scheduling his first calls, and now a primary assembly, with the nation’s democratic allies.
More to come back.