Coming from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, that, is a compliment.
© AFP | Ireland’s Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, left, with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at Farmleigh, Ireland’s state guest house, in Dublin
DUBLIN (AFP) – Britain and the United States are “turning inward,” Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said at a press conference with his Irish counterpart on Tuesday in which both leaders took swipes at their heavyweight neighbours.Trudeau also said during a visit to Dublin that there were “clear disagreements” with the United States ahead of the G20 summit this week, where US President Donald Trump is expected to attend.
“The choices made by the United States on trade and climate change are at odds with the majority of G20 countries, or even all the other G20 countries,” he said after talks with Ireland’s Leo Varadkar.
Trudeau predicted that there would be “robust and honest exchanges about how to serve not only our citizens but the whole planet”…
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