Canadian PM Trudeau Says ‘Looking Forward’ To Working With France’s Macron

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday congratulated French president Emmanuel Macron on his election victory over far-right opponent Marine Le Pen.


(FILES) In this file photo taken on September 21, 2021 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau delivers his victory speech after snap parliamentary elections at the Fairmount Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal, Quebec. – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said September 28, 2021 he would unveil his new cabinet next month and bring back parliament by fall’s end to tackle climate change, Covid and economic recovery. (Photo by ANDREJ IVANOV / AFP)
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau  ( File Photo by ANDREJ IVANOV / AFP)

 

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday congratulated French president Emmanuel Macron on his election victory over far-right opponent Marine Le Pen.

“Looking forward to continuing our work together on the issues that matter most to people in Canada and France — from defending democracy, to fighting climate change, to creating good jobs and economic growth for the middle class,” Trudeau said on Twitter.

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