NATO member countries must stand united in the face of Russia’s aggressive and illegal actions.
This was said during a conversation between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on June 14, according to the press service of PM Trudeau.
"The Prime Minister and the Secretary General agreed that Allies must stand united, including in the face of Russia’s aggressive, destabilizing, and illegal actions," the report reads.
Trudeau underscored Canada’s support for Ukraine’s sovereignty, security, and territorial integrity.
In addition, the two leaders spoke about the importance of a coordinated approach to addressing the challenges posed by China.
On June 14, the NATO summit was held in Brussels to consider ways to strengthen the transatlantic partnership and develop the Alliance by 2030.
NATO Heads of State and Government reaffirmed their support for the territorial integrity of Ukraine, Georgia, and the Republic of Moldova, and called on Russia to withdraw its troops from the occupied territories.