Time: 6:16 p.m. CEST
President Barack Obama addressed the relations with Canada during the official visit of the Canada’s newly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “Whit shared border of more than 5.000 miles, it is longest border between two nations we use it every day for $2 trillion in trade and investments.
That is largest economic relation in the world,” Obama shared during the joint news conference in Washington D.C. Obama said that during the talks both discussed the Trans-Pacific Partnership and reaffirmed decision to go ahead with pre-cleared travelers through immigration and customs,” Obama said.
As Obama explained, Canada is valuable partner in the coalition fighting ISIL with tripling its people to train security officers in Iraq, stepping up its international efforts in the region. Both countries agreed on exchange of information.
During the news conference Obama said, secession of the hostilities has led to the measurable drop in violence in civil war in Syria. Obama emphasized that both countries welcome refugees from that region and said he wants “to commend Canadian people on the compassion leadership on this front.” In the fight against Climate Change both countries are united.