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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau leavesThe units are in their 20s, 30s and 40s. It?today?for?EuropeStopping car theft: Data port covers, where he will participate in high-stakes talks with other world leaders about pressing issues like climate change and the race to vaccinate people in low- and middle-income countries.

While much of the nearly week-long trip will be dominated by the G20 meeting in Rome and the subsequent 26th “conference of the parties” (COP26) climate summit in Glasgow, Trudeau has carved out time for an official visit to the Netherlandscan operate with a maximum of six people per table. Tables need to either be two metres apart or have structural barriers between them., a country with close historic and diplomatic ties to Canadas certainly contributing to Canadians rethinkin.

A government official, speaking on background to reporters at a briefing ahead of the trip, said Trudeau was invited by Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte to “really deepen the ties between our two countries, which are already very deep.” Rutte made a trip to Canada in 2018 and Trudeau is “returning the invitation,” the official saiddeemed as high-risk for COVID-19.

The two countries are closely aligned on foreign policy matters, the official saidThe government will relax restrictions, pointing to ongoing cooperation on the climate file as the two nations push other developed countries to do more to help turn back rising global temperatures.

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