US President Joe Biden will discuss support for Ukraine in the military conflict with Russia with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau during his two-day visit to Canada.

APA reports that on Wednesday, March 22, the office of the head of the Canadian government released information about this.

"Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US President Joe Biden will continue cooperation on international issues of common interest.

Including the unwavering support of Ukraine, which is defending itself against Russia's war of aggression," the message reads.

Both leaders also intend to discuss climate change, migration, job creation and the economy.

During the visit, the Prime Minister and President will highlight continued cooperation in continental defense, including the key role played by NORAD in the defense of North America.