Canadian Prime Minister: Putin, go away from Ukraine!
During the G20 summit Justin Trudeau said that Russia's interference in Ukraine must cease
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau stated that he had a very straightforward conversation with Russian President Putin on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Antalya, Turkey, CBC.
"I pointed out that although Canada has shifted its approach on a broad range of multilateral and international issues, we remain committed to the fact that Russia's interference in Ukraine must cease; that we stand with the Ukrainian people and expect the president to engage fully in the Minsk peace process," he said.
Recalling, a year ago that the prime minister at the time, Stephen Harper, has toughly reacted on the situation with Putin's annexation of Crimea and backing the rebels in the eastern Ukraine. “You need to get out of Ukraine,” told Mr. Harper while attending the 2014 G20 summit in Australia.
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