President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a deal to turn away asylum seekers who pass their borders without authorization on Friday, reinforcing the close ties between the two nations.
Together, the two world leaders gave a news conference during which they discussed a range of issues, such as the opioid epidemic, climate change, and the unrest in Haiti.
President Joe Biden promised to always have Canada’s back when he made his first presidential trip there, standing next to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa. We’ve unlocked the economic potential of our people and our union, and as a result, over $2.5 billion in daily trade is now made possible.
We’re turning our hemisphere into a renewable energy powerhouse, he said, by strengthening supply networks for essential minerals and semiconductors and extending Inflation Reduction Act tax credits to electric vehicles made in Canada.
In his address to Parliament, President Biden highlighted the long and powerful relationship between Canada and the United States. The leaders issued a joint statement in which they reaffirmed their commitment to bolstering international organizations like NATO, the United Nations, and the G20, as well as to the use of renewable energy, the creation of good jobs, the improvement of semiconductor supply chains, the protection of common waters, and the preservation of the Arctic ecosystem.
Mr. Biden reassured Canadians, “Today I say to you and all of the people of Canada that you will always, always be able to count on the United States of America.” The fact that the United States and Canada have maintained their friendship is the single greatest source of optimism in my life.
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