WASHINGTON (AFP) – United States President Joe Biden’s first phone to a overseas chief will be to Canadian Primary Minister Justin Trudeau, White Dwelling spokesman Jen Psaki reported Wednesday (Jan 20), with the destiny of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline on the agenda.
“His very first foreign chief simply call will be on Friday with Primary Minister Trudeau,” Ms Psaki informed reporters at her initial White Household briefing.
She stated they would discuss the “crucial romantic relationship with Canada” and the Biden administration’s decision to halt more design of the Keystone XL oil pipeline amongst Canada and the US.
Mr Trudeau reported he was “dissatisfied” by the transfer, which came shortly soon after Mr Biden took office environment.
“Even though we welcome the president’s determination to struggle local climate alter, we are unhappy but admit the President’s choice to fulfil his election marketing campaign promise on Keystone XL,” Mr Trudeau