Prime Minister Trudeau to attend NATO Leaders Meeting

Prime Minister Trudeau to attend NATO Leaders Meeting


Nov. 29, 2019

Global Korean Post


This year marks NATO’s 70th anniversary. Since 1949, NATO has defended international peace and security.


The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced that he will attend the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Leaders Meeting in London, United Kingdom, from December 3 to 4, 2019.

The NATO Leaders Meeting, chaired by the NATO Secretary General, will take place at the Grove Hotel, Hertfordshire on 4 December 2019. An evening event at Buckingham Palace will take place on 3 December 2019.


NATO is built on the strength of standing together in service of citizens and in defence of common interests. Working with NATO allies, Canada protects fundamental Canadian values like democracy and the rule of law, while building a safer, more peaceful world for today and tomorrow.


A founding member of the Alliance, Canada is a major contributor to NATO. Canada currently leads NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence battlegroup in Latvia, as well as the Standing NATO Maritime Group 2. In Iraq, Canada commands the NATO mission, to help the country transition to lasting peace and security.