The leaders discussed Canada’s hosting of the upcoming G7 Summit, as well as issues of shared interest including commercial relations, matters of security in eastern Ukraine, energy security and democratic interference.
Petro Poroshenko expressed gratitude to Justin Trudeau for the special attention given to Ukraine by the Canadian presidency.
The Head of State informed about the development of the situation in the Donbas and Russia's ongoing violations of the Minsk agreements, as well as provoking Moscow tensions in the Azov Sea.
Further consolidation of Ukraine's support for the G7 was discussed, both in terms of restoring territorial integrity and strengthening the sanctions policy in connection with the ongoing Russian aggression, as well as in support of the reform efforts of the President of Ukraine.
The importance of the deployment of peacekeeping forces under the auspices of the UN for the settlement of the situation in the Donbas was noted. The parties also marked the need for further pressure on Russia to release all illegally detained Ukrainian political prisoners.
The leaders of the two countries welcomed the launch of a direct air flights between Kyiv and Toronto starting from June 6.