Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is heading to Europe to meet with key allies as Russia intensifies its attacks on Ukraine. (Photo - ANI)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is heading to Europe to meet with key allies as Russia intensifies its attacks on Ukraine.
Trudeau will spend next week in meetings in London, Berlin, Riga, Latvia and Warsaw as leaders present a united front against President Vladimir Putin.
Trudeau says allies will also work on countering the disinformation and misinformation that is a particularly strong facet of the war in Ukraine.
Earlier today, Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly attended a NATO foreign ministers' meeting in Brussels, which was followed by a G-7 foreign ministers' meeting.
The ministers discussed Russia's overnight attack on a major nuclear power plant in Ukraine.
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