UN: Trudeau and Canadian ministers will be in New York next week
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will attend the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, which will take place September 20-22.
The Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will travel to New York next week to participate in the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, which runs from September 20-22.
The Prime Minister's Office released a statement on Saturday announcing that Mr. Trudeau will participate in the opening of the session's high-level general debate. It intends to propose solutions to the world food crisis, in particular for the countries of the South which have been the most affected.
He will highlight Canada's ongoing work to alleviate the global food security crisis that has greatly worsened in recent years and that the illegal invasion of Ukraine by Russia now comes to exacerbate.
Mr. Trudeau will then attend the Christchurch Call to Action Summit alongside New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and French President Emmanuel Macron. He intends to reiterate Canada's commitment to eliminating terrorist and violent extremist content online.
The following day, the Prime Minister will attend the 7th Replenishment Conference of the Fund fight against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.
The Prime Minister's Office said Mr. Trudeau will host a meeting with Caribbean and regional partners to continue to promote ways in which the international community can promote stability and sustainable development in Haiti.
The Canadian delegation will include Minister of Foreign Affairs Mélanie Joly, Minister of Development International, Harjit Sajjan, and the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Steven Guilbeault.