U.S. President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named their main common task following the meeting in Washington. This is reported by Free News with reference to a distributed statement.

“The main priority of the Prime Minister and the President remains the end of the COVID-19 pandemic and improving the level of health security,” the leaders stressed, adding that they will continue to fulfill their commitments to vaccinate the world’s population and provide financial assistance to poor countries to restore economies from the effects of coronavirus.

Biden and Trudeau discussed the topics of economic cooperation between the United States and Canada, climate change, and the fight for human rights. The coordination of intelligence efforts within Five Eyes, which includes Canadian, Australian, American, New Zealand, and British intelligence services, was also discussed. The Heads of state reviewed relations with China, Afghanistan, and what is happening in the Asia-Pacific region.