German Chancellor Olaf Scholz comes to Canada to meet Trudeau and business leaders

OTTAWA – The Prime Minister’s Office has announced that Justin Trudeau will accompany German Chancellor Olaf Scholz on a brief visit to Canada later this month, which will include stops in Montreal, Toronto and Stephenville in western Earth- New.

In a statement released on Saturday, the Prime Minister’s Office confirmed the start of the August 21-23 visit to Montreal, where meetings will be held with German and Canadian business leaders, and a visit is planned to a business institute. ‘artificial intelligence.

The pair will then travel to Toronto, where Trudeau will participate in the virtual summit on Russia’s annexation of Crimea, followed by an appearance at the Canada-Germany Business Forum.

The trip will end with a stopover in Stephenville, Newfoundland, where Trudeau and Scholz will attend a hydrogen trade show.

The statement said the two men intend to speak about clean energy, critical minerals, the automotive sector, energy security, climate change, trade and the “illegal and unjustifiable invasion” of the Ukraine by Russia.

The prime minister and chancellor last met in June at the G7 summit in Germany.

This report from The Canadian Press was first published on August 13, 2022.

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