Canadian PM says he will meet with leaders of U.S. Pacific Rim countries ahead of summit
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CANADA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has invited leaders of the U.N. Pacific Commission and the United States to Canada this week ahead of the Group of Seven summit in Japan, according to a statement from his office.
Trudeau and U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May are scheduled to meet Tuesday afternoon at the Japanese capital’s Imperial Palace.
Trudeaus office said they are “preparing the ground for an important meeting in Tokyo later this week” with the U,P.
They are scheduled for a joint press conference at the U.,P.
summit on Thursday, Trudeau’s office said.
The statement did not specify what the meeting would entail.
The U.P. has been meeting with Canada on a number of issues in recent months.
Canada and the U: The biggest challenges facing our planet article The G7 summit is scheduled to begin Thursday and is being held in a large open field in front of the Japanese parliament.
The event has been fraught with tension, with tensions rising over the Pacific Ocean’s rising sea levels and over China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea.
CANADA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has invited leaders of the U.N. Pacific Commission and the United States to Canada this…