Together with the Canadian Prime Minister, Lula spoke about the environment, trade and Ukraine

President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva met, on Saturday evening (20), Sunday morning in Japan, with the Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. The two discussed various topics, as Lula herself revealed on social media. Bilateral trade, the environment and the war in Ukraine are on the agenda for discussion. This is the first meeting between the two.

“With the Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, whom I had the pleasure of meeting for the first time here at the G7. We talked about trade between countries, the need for joint efforts to defend the environment and the war in Ukraine. Trudeau emphasized that he was pleased with Brazil’s return to its role as a leader in the world’s environmental debate. Let us work together and I am sure we can double the trade relations between our countries,” said Lula.

It was Lula’s second commitment of the day in Hiroshima, where he attended a summit of the G7, a group of seven of the world’s largest economies. Brazil participated as a guest, along with seven other countries. Before meeting Trudeau, Lula visited the Peace Memorial, which was erected to honor the victims of bombs dropped on the city during the Second World War.

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