Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, and Canada, Melanie Joly, responded to the strengtheningsanctions pressure on Russia and agreed positions on the eve of the meeting of the G20 foreign ministers. Kuleba’s introduction to this Twitter.
“I spoke with my Canadian colleague and friend Melanie Jolie, who informed me about the results of the NATO summit in Madrid,” Kuleba wrote.
The head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry that they responded to steps to increase sanctions pressure on Russia and agreed on a position on the eve of the meeting of the G-20 foreign ministers.
I was talking to my Canadian colleague and friend @MelanieJoly which I have information about what is coming out of the NATO summit in Madrid. We discussed steps to increase sanctions pressure on Russia and coordinated positions ahead of the G20 foreign ministers’ meeting.
– Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) July 3, 2022
Former Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau measures that Canada will not withdraw from the G20 itself in Bali in November, despite the possible participation of Vladimir Putin.
Participation, he said, is necessary for Canada to counter the voices and lies that Russia may be pushing.
Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine Canada has introduced restrictions against 1,070 individuals and legal entities from the Russian Federation and Belarus. Justin Trudeau reported that later they only intensified.