The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has recently announced a statement concerned with welcoming the Prime Minister of Italy, Mario Draghi, who was recently elected with a heartwarming majority. The Canadian Prime minister expressed his wholehearted wishes and congratulated Mario Draghi on his triumphant victory.
“On behalf of the Government of Canada, I congratulate Mario Draghi on becoming the Prime Minister of Italy,” said the Canadian Prime Minister.
At this auspicious moment, Trudeau also reminisced about the age old friendship and bond shared by Canada with Italy and aspired to improve their ties further.
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“I look forward to working with Prime Minister Draghi to continue strengthening the relationship between Canada and Italy, and to collaborating with Italy as this year’s G20 President and co-host of COP26. We will work to address the health, social, and economic impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic, and to create jobs and build a strong economic recovery in our two countries,” said Trudeau.
Canada and Italy to enjoy a solid partnership in creating opportunities for both the countries!
He also voiced out his wish to enjoy a close relationship with Italy, based on common priorities and strong people-to-people ties. Partnering on the world stage, he dreams to have a strong bond with Italy to address inequality, fight climate change, empower women and girls, and promote democracy and international security. Recently, Trudeau was involved in expanding the Economic Partnership with the US Vice President Kamala Harris, as a baby step towards development.
He also took a moment to thank Giuseppe Conte, the former Prime Minister of Italy for his wholehearted support over the past few years.
“I also thank former Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte for his friendship and contributions to Canada-Italy relations over the years – from collaborating during the G7 Summit in Charlevoix to discussing the international coordination in response to the virus. I wish him well in his future endeavours.”