Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the G7 conference in the process of meeting with the presidents of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and European Council Donald Tusk agreed on the details of the final ratification of the agreement on trade between the EU and Canada and Ukraine, said sources in the canadian delegation.
The press service of Harper as a politician publicly as long as no announcement has been made. Details of the meeting of the canadian Director, the commissioners, the EU is also not known. In autumn 2014, Canada and the European Union signed a free trade agreement, but as long as it exists " only on paper ", because not ratified by all 28 EU member States, BelTA news Agency.
in addition, the Prime Minister of Canada met with a colleague from the United Kingdom David Cameron. According to sources in the canadian delegation, the leaders discussed the situation in Ukraine, as well as the battle with the terrorist organization "Islamic state" in Iraq and Syria. In ELMAU castle on 7-8 June meet the leaders of the "group of seven" - Germany, USA, Canada, France, Italy, Japan and the UK. Russia, which was adopted in "seven" in 1998, excluded from participation in the event is from 2014. It is said that the head of Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel meet ahead of a G7 summit and agreed on sanctions against Russia. Before Merkel said that Russia's participation in the G7 summit is now unthinkable. Before that Merkel has included the Russian Federation in the number of global threats. On the first day of the weekend in Bavaria thousands of people attended a protest against the opening of the G7 summit. Moscow has stated many times that it is not involved in the events in southeastern Ukraine, is not a party to domestic conflict and is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis. In the capital of Russia emphasize that all the charges against her are unproven.