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Trudeau and Merkel urge Ukraine to implement reforms

Both state leaders discussed the necessity of fighting with climate changes
16:23, 26 August 2019

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Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel have discussed the support of Ukraine issue within the G7 Summit and urged to continue the reform process, as the European Truth reports. 

"The Prime Minister and the Chancellor have discussed the support of Ukraine and emphasized the importance of reforms, having noted the significant respective mandate, given after the presidential and parliamentary elections," Trudeau's representatives said.

"Both leaders have discussed the compulsory combat climate change. They expressed anxiety related to the fire in Amazon rainforests and admitted the problem as the international crisis, which has to be solved within the Summit," added in the office of the Canadian Prime Minister. 

Related: Trump argues with G7 members due to possible Russia's return

Berlin and Paris stand for the state leaders' summit in the Normandy format as soon as possible. This was said by Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel on August 25. 

As we reported earlier, Angela Merkel accused Russian side of violating the terms of Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty) which led to the termination of the treaty, as she said at the press conference with President of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda. 

Related: Merkel raises topic of early Normandy format meeting

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