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Canada steps up military supply to Ukraine; announces a new arms delivery

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the 14th day of the unrelenting war extended unrestricted assistance to Ukraine in terms of military equipment and humanitarian aid as Ukrainian soldiers continue to face the one of the largest armies in the world. He announced that Canada will send another shipment of high military warfare weapons to Ukraine to fight Russian troops.

Prime Minister Trudeau had a conversation with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and deliberated on sanctions imposed on Russia to disable its economy. “I just spoke with President Zelenskyy. I let him know that Canada would send another shipment of highly specialized military equipment to Ukraine. We discussed sanctions against Russia and humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Ukraine,” Prime Minister Trudeau tweeted.

The Canadian Prime Minister further said that he had invited President Zelenskyy to address the Canadian Parliament. “I have invited President @ZelenskyyUa to address the Parliament of Canada. Canadians have been inspired by the bravery and resilience of Ukrainians and the leadership shown by the President, and I know they are eager to hear it directly,” Trudeau added.

Informing about this, President Zelenskky, in a tweet, said that Ukraine and Canada have agreed on new diplomatic steps to de-escalate the situation. “I spoke to my friend Justin Trudeau about defense cooperation between Ukraine and Canada and how to increase sanctions pressure against Russia. Agreement on other diplomatic steps. Canada stands with Ukraine. We feel it every day,” the Ukrainian president wrote.

Trudeau steps up aid to Ukraine, promises serious consequences for Russia

Earlier Tuesday, PM Trudeau met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, Prime Minister of Latvia Krišjānis Kariņš, Prime Minister of Spain Pedro Sánchez to discuss the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine and various other things, including the early renewal of Operation Reassurance. . Speaking to the media, Trudeau said Canada will continue to be there for the war-stricken nation. Further strengthening ties with NATO, Trudeau also announced an early multi-year renewal of Operation Reassurance to support NATO in Central and Eastern Europe.

Trudeau had reiterated that sanctions are the greatest weapon the West can deploy against Russia, however, international pressure on NATO is mounting after the Western military alliance refused a direct appeal from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to establish a no-fly zone to protect civilians. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden announced the decision to ban Russian oil imports, increasing the toll on the Russian economy in retaliation for his invasion of Ukraine.

Banning all imports of Russian oil and petroleum products, Biden said the sanctions would cause significant damage to the Russian economy as part of his invasion of Ukraine. Following this, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson also announced that Britain would stop importing oil from Russia to support Ukraine.

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