Commonwealth leaders’ summit formally opens Friday in Rwanda

KIGALI, Rwanda – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will start a sequence of closed-door conferences in Rwanda on Friday to attempt to convey Commonwealth international locations onside with Canada’s local weather targets and its view of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Trudeau arrived in Kigali for the Commonwealth Heads of Authorities Assembly on Wednesday, however the summit formally will get underway Friday with government and bilateral conferences.

On Trudeau’s schedule is a gathering with the previous prime minister of Chad, Moussa Faki Mahamat.

Mahamat is chair of the fee that serves because the secretariat for the African Union, which has been on the centre of a tug of warfare for assist between Ukraine and Russia.

Each international locations have vied for Africa’s friendship because the violent battle continues in Ukraine, resulting in a worldwide spike in the price of gasoline and grain shortage.

Trudeau additionally plans to take a seat down with the leaders of Antigua and Barbuda, Ghana and Zambia.

The prime minister was scheduled to fulfill one-on-one with Rwandan President Paul Kagame on Thursday, however the assembly was delayed.

The Commonwealth features a numerous group of 54 impartial international locations with historic ties to the British Crown.

This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed June 24, 2022.


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