May Holds Bilateral Talks with Trudeau

The Associated Press
Created: June 06, 2019 11:24 AM

UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a brief meeting on Wednesday, following a commemoration marking the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

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May thanked Trudeau for visiting the UK to attend the D-Day commemorations and added that she was "very pleased" to have worked with him over the past months.

May added that she believes that the relationship between the UK and Canada has "grown over that period of time" due the shared values between the countries, including on the issues of climate change, equality and security.

Trudeau said that Canada and the UK have "a great history" and that he looks forward to continuing to engage with Britain.

He told May, "It's always always a great opportunity to work with you and I look forward to another great conversation."  

Trudeau was among the world leaders attending the D-Day anniversary ceremony in Portsmouth.


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