December 1, 2022

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Melanie Jolie on a trip to Ukraine to defend her sovereignty against Russia

The integration of Russian troops and equipment into Ukraine and its environs also affects the security of the entire region, Melanie Jolie believes. Russia must be prevented from continuing these acts of aggression.

Tensions on the Ukraine-Russia border have continued since Moscow illegally annexed Crimea in 2014. They have increased in recent days following the failure of diplomatic talks between Moscow, Washington and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

The dangers of a new armed conflict in Europe are real, The Secretary-General pointed out this weekNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization, Jens Stoltenberg, following these talks.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky (left) and NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg (right) at a press conference in Brussels in December 2021 (files).

Photo: Getty Images / John Thais

Many countries, including the United States and Canada, have warned Moscow that any military incursion into Ukrainian territory could have serious consequences, including the imposition of stricter sanctions.

For his part, Russian President Vladimir Putin is demandingNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization It promises that Ukraine will never be accepted into its alliance, which includes a collective security agreement.

It was at this point that Melanie Jolie made an official visit.

This is a huge support to the fact that this time Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sent his foreign minister.Government sources say relations between Russia and the West are at a critical juncture.

Kiev – Paris – Brussels

Minister Jolie is scheduled to meet with Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Schmidt and Deputy Prime Minister Olga Stepanishina. This will be particularly emphasized in maintaining the sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of Ukraine.

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Melanie Jolie will also visit Canadian troops in Ukraine. As part of the Unifier mission, about 200 soldiers are engaged in training with the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

In this regard, Justin Trudeau spoke with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky earlier this week, discussing Canada’s strong and continued support and possible assistance in the future. Canada has not specifically stated whether it will be able to export arms with this assistance.

Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian at a press conference.

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian.

Photo: Reuters / Mohammed Abdul El Ghani

The Minister will then travel to Paris for a bilateral meeting with European and Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian. He will then travel to Brussels, especially for a meeting with its Secretary-GeneralNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization And Joseph Borel, EU High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy.

These meetings will focus Russia’s occupation and instability in Ukraine and its environs Says Global Affairs Canada.

Melanie Jolie wants to work with her international partners Establish a rule-based international order and protect the human rights and dignity of Ukrainians.

If these rules are challenged, Canada must stand up and work with its allies to prevent their deterioration. According to Global Affairs Canada.

Conservative pressure

In Ottawa, the official opposition is urging a liberal government to defend Ukraine more firmly.

Much more needs to be done to support Ukraine, starting with the rejection of Russian and President Putin’s surrender plans.Conservative Foreign Ministry commentator Michael Chong has called on the Liberal government to extend and expand the Canadian military’s integrated mission in Ukraine.

Canada was the first Western country to recognize Ukraine’s independence in December 1991, especially because of the strong presence of Ukrainian immigrants in Canada. January 27 marks 30e Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

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