President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had a call on Tuesday to discuss the US-Canada relationship and a range of issues facing both countries. The two leaders discussed their shared commitment to combat global warming and transition to a low-carbon future. They also discussed the importance of free, fair, and reciprocal trade.
During the call, Biden and Trudeau affirmed their commitment to the Paris Agreement to fight climate change and the importance of global cooperation on the issue. Biden expressed his enthusiasm for the work that Trudeau has done so far on climate change and his plans for the future. He also noted the US’s commitment to the Paris Agreement and expressed his desire for the US and Canada to work together to protect the environment and transition to clean energy.
In terms of trade, Biden expressed his commitment to fair and reciprocal trade between the US and Canada. He noted the importance of the USMCA, the trade agreement between the US, Mexico, and Canada, and the need to ensure it is properly enforced and that it benefits both countries. He also spoke of his desire to modernize the agreement and ensure that it is up to date with the current needs of both countries.
The two leaders discussed the importance of collaboration between the US and Canada on a variety of other issues, such as the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recovery. They also discussed regional security and the need for the two countries to work together to protect their shared borders.
The call between President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau is just one step in the US and Canada’s ongoing efforts to strengthen their relationship and work together on a variety of issues. The US and Canada have a long history of collaboration and cooperation, and this call is a strong indication that the two countries are committed to continuing this relationship into the future.