Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has promised to monitor the security situation in Ukraine and depending on it to look for the best ways to support Kyiv, he told a joint press conference with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko while replying to the question regarding a possibility for providing Ukraine with lethal weapons, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to Ukrinform.
“As the situation develops we will track it and look for the best ways how to support Ukraine,” he said.
He noted that Ukraine is currently obtaining assistance from Canada via Ottawa’s military training missions for the Ukrainian Army thus making them more capable to defend its country.
“We will work in a spirit of cooperation not only by expanding their friendly ties between the countries, but also because we share a long list of values,” Trudeau said.
It should be recalled that Justin Trudeau said the Free Trade Agreement, signed today, will give a boost to the development of Canadian and Ukrainian economies.