Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is making a plea to European leaders to come together as democracies in the face of Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. (Photo - The Canadian Press/ANI)
PM Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is making a plea to European leaders to come together as democracies in the face of Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.
Trudeau is addressing the European Parliament for the first time since 2017.
He says Putin's attack on Ukraine is an attack on the values that form the pillars of all democracies.
Trudeau says Western countries must provide more humanitarian aid, send military equipment and lethal aid to Ukraine, and further tighten economic sanctions on Putin.
Trudeau says democracies face a new threat from Russian President Valdimir Putin.
Trudeau will join other NATO leaders tomorrow to co-ordinate the military alliance's response to Russia's attack on Ukraine, and will meet with fellow G-7 leaders before returning to Canada on Friday.
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