EU-Canada summit, 17-18 July 2019

Publication Date July 2019
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The seventeenth (17th) bilateral summit between Canada and the European Union was held on 17-18 July 2019.

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Leaders from both sides agreed to intensify bilateral relations and step up cooperation to address global challenges. They reaffirmed their commitment to multilateralism and rules-based trade. Canada and the European Union also called for further efforts to fight climate change. At the summit, leaders from both sides discussed strategic cooperation on global challenges. Foreign and security issues also featured on the agenda.

A joint statement was adopted at the end of the summit. The EU and Canada also signed an Ocean Partnership.

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EU-Canada Summit joint declaration, Montreal 17-18 July 2019
European Council: Remarks by President Donald Tusk after the EU-Canada summit in Montreal, 18 July 2019
European Commission: Press Release, 18/07/2019: EU–Canada Summit: strengthening the rules-based international order
Office of the Canadian Prime Minister: News, 18/07/2019: Prime Minister concludes productive Canada-European Union Summit

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