German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will visit Canada

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will visit Canada

A meeting with Justin Trudeau is scheduled in Montreal. They will also travel to Toronto and Newfoundland.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will visit Montreal, Toronto and Newfoundland.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz will be at Canada from August 21 to 23, the Prime Minister's Office announced on Saturday. While in Montreal, he will hold a meeting with Justin Trudeau.

The two leaders will work in particular on their common priorities, specifies a press release from the Prime Minister's Office released on Saturday. Support for Ukraine, peacekeeping and the invasion of Russia will be on the agenda.

The x27;Germany and Canada are close friends on the international stage. Our ties are based on shared commitments to democracy, peace and security, including our support for Ukraine, a clean and healthy future, and a healthy future. an economy that benefits the population, said Mr. Trudeau in a press release.

Discussions will also focus on energy security and the transition to clean energy.

Hydrogen will be an important part of the Chancellor's visit, as he will be present with Mr. Trudeau at a trade show on the subject in Stephenville, Newfoundland. The statement said that the two countries have a long history of collaboration in this area.

The Chancellor will be received by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

Canadian companies are deploying their technologies in the German market and German companies are investing in expanding manufacturing capabilities in Canada, says the Prime Minister's Office.

MM. Scholz and Trudeau will visit the Mila Institute in Montreal. It is one of three national artificial intelligence institutes funded under the government's Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy.

They will then participate in the Virtual Summit of Heads of State and Government on the International Platform for Crimea to be held on August 23 in Toronto.

The last meeting between MM. Scholz and Trudeau dates back to June, on the sidelines of the G7 Summit in Germany.

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