BRUSSELS – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke informally with U.S. President Donald Trump as we speak – the primary face-to-face encounter the 2 have had because the explosive G7 conferences final month in Quebec.
A spokeswoman for the prime minister says the dialog was on the margins of the NATO summit in Brussels and targeted on commerce, together with efforts to revise the North American Free Commerce Settlement.
The 2 additionally touched on the implications of a brand new Mexican president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, for NAFTA negotiations.
The dialogue was not an official bilateral assembly, that are widespread throughout summits involving world leaders like NATO.
Information of the assembly comes as a remaining communique is issued by NATO members a day early.
It’s signed by all 29 NATO leaders and reaffirms the alliance’s “unwavering dedication” to see member states dedicate two per cent of GDP on defence spending by 2024.
WATCH: NATO leaders together with Trudeau and Trump attend get together, working dinner