Time for Trudeau to tell it like it is to Ukraine’s Poroshenko
By Scott TaylorJul. 4, 2018
Justin Trudeau’s message at the NATO summit next week needs to reflect the reality of Ukraine’s growing trend of far-right violence.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in Toronto on Sept. 22. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti
OTTAWA—On July 11, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will head to the NATO leaders’ summit in Brussels, and it seems like his single point of concern to raise with his fellow leaders will be that of continued support for Ukraine.
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