Ottowa, 29 September 2022 (TDI): The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, Mélanie Joly, is on a visit to the United States, from September 29 to 30, 2022. She will meet with government officials in the United States.

Agenda for the visit 

Mélanie Joly will meet with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to pursue goals outlined in the Roadmap for a Renewed U.S.-Canada Partnership.

In addition, they will discuss their sustained partnership in pursuing responsibility for supporting Ukraine in Russian-Ukraine Crisis.

They will also discuss collaborating in reducing the crisis effects on global food and energy security, bolstering the international order based on norms, and tackling issues in the hemisphere.

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She will also meet with numerous members of the United States Congress in order to work on global issues, such as peace and security, misinformation, human rights, and democracy.

Mélanie Joly will also participate in the Atlantic Council’s Front Page platform to discuss Canada’s role in addressing global issues caused by the Russia-Ukraine crisis.

She will also discuss the means to continue supporting the Ukrainian people as they defend their homeland, fight for their freedom, and work to rebuild their nation.

Canada – US Diplomatic Relations

Due to their common history and location, the United States and Canada enjoy a strong, enduring bond.

The United States is Canada’s closest partner and strongest ally, and the two nations share a profound bond.

In the Roadmap for a Renewed U.S.-Canada Partnership, President of US, Joe Biden and Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau affirmed their shared commitment to addressing global challenges.

Both states reiterated their firm commitment to the United Nations, G7, G20, NATO, the WTO, and the Five Eyes community.

In addition to close bilateral ties, Canada and the United States cooperate in multilateral groups, including international efforts to combat terrorist financing and money laundering.