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Macron, Trudeau support ‘strong multilateralism’ ahead of G7 summit

Sofian Khan: President of France Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau came up with affirmation toward “strong multilateralism” before the G7 summit. US President Donald Trump’s aggressive trade policies are predicted to raise serious concerns there.
The two leaders in a statement said that they are in for strong, responsible, transparent multilateralism to face the global challenges.The two leaders were set to sit for formal talks over a private dinner focused on Trump’s decision to impose punishing tariffs on imports of steel and aluminium from Washington’s closest allies.
Both the leaders tried to persuade Trump not to impose the tariffs. “There will be frank and sometimes difficult discussions around the G7 table, particularly with the US president on tariffs,” Trudeau said.
Trudeau in his private meeting with Macron said, “will be an opportunity to talk about the relations between Canada and France that are going very well, but also to highlight the challenges that we are going to have around the G7 table, and to make sure we are aligned.”

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