Previously PM Justin Trudeau will also attend the ASEAN Summit in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and the APEC Summit in Bangkok, Thailand. The three high-level meetings follow one another deliberately next week.
Trudeau revealed that in his presence at the three summits, he would discuss issues related to the war between Russia and Ukraine. It is Trudeau’s hope that with the meeting with the heads of state, he will be able to directly discuss this issue which has a global impact.
“Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau will continue to condemn the bogus referendum on territories annexed by Russia and Russia’s violations of international law,” the official statement on the Canadian Prime Minister’s website explained Thursday (3/11/ 2022)
Trudeau admitted that he is currently also highlighting the Indo-Pacific issue. According to him, this region is a growing center of trade and investment that encourages the opening of markets.
“During his visit to Asia, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau will demonstrate Canada’s strong partnership in helping to grow the global economy for the benefit of all,” he continued.
Apart from that, so far, 17 heads of state have confirmed their attendance in person at the G20 summit in Bali next week, Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi has revealed.
“However, 17-18 [negara] a very large number in normal circumstances is a lot, which means in very difficult situations he came, it was an honor for us,” said Reno.
However, so far, there are still 3 countries that have not confirmed their presence for the G20 presidency. President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) said he would call the three countries so they could attend the G20 summit in Bali in person.
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