Canada is ready to cooperate with the UK in order to work out a bilateral free trade agreement between the countries, the press service of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said following his talks with the head of the Canadian government Justin Trudeau.
“In a conversation about Brexit, the Prime Minister stressed the importance of friendly relations for the UK, since the country is leaving the European Union. Prime Minister Trudeau promised to work with the United Kingdom to reach a free trade agreement,” the statement said.
It is also reported that the heads of government of Great Britain and Canada are “looking forward to” meetings at the G7 summit.
On July 26, French Secretary of State for European and Foreign Affairs Minister Amelie de Monchalen announced that France was ready to cooperate with the new United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson and discuss future relations between Great Britain and Europe. She stressed that London will remain a partner of Paris after Brexit.