President Volodymyr Zelensky and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau have discussed the prospects for Ukraine's accession to NATO, the launch of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline and the possibility of visa-free travel for Ukrainians as the President’s Office reported.
"Volodymyr Zelensky thanked Justin Trudeau for supporting Ukraine's European and Euro-Atlantic aspirations and expressed hope for Canada's leadership role in supporting Ukraine's acquisition of NATO membership," the statement said.
They have also raised the issue of the threat posed by the Nord Stream 2 project to the energy security of Europe, the energy crisis, and measures to eliminate it.
The head of the Ukrainian state expressed hope for the expansion of the Free Trade Agreement between Ukraine and Canada, the action of which is already yielding positive results.
During the dialogue, the negotiators also discussed the facilitation of travel to Canada for Ukrainians.
Zelensky invited the Canadian Prime Minister to Ukraine.
We remind that the 26th conference of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) officially opened in Glasgow, Scotland on October 31.
As we reported earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky arrived in the UK to take part in the UN Climate Change Conference COP26.