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  World   Americas  02 Jun 2017  Trump's climate decision a 'disappointment: Justin Trudeau

Trump's climate decision a 'disappointment: Justin Trudeau

PTI
Published : Jun 2, 2017, 1:48 pm IST
Updated : Jun 2, 2017, 1:48 pm IST

Trudeau also conveyed his intention to continue working with international partners to address climate change.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. (Photo: AP)
 Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. (Photo: AP)

Ottawa: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called Donald Trump to express "his disappointment" with the US president's decision to pull the United States out of the Paris climate accord.

According to a readout of their conversation, Trudeau also conveyed his intention to continue working with international partners to address climate change.

 

"While the US decision is disheartening, we remain inspired by the growing momentum around the world to combat climate change and transition to clean growth economies," Trudeau said on Thursday in a statement.

Trump earlier announced the US withdrawal from the Paris agreement at a press conference in the White House Rose Garden, saying he would look to renegotiate a new deal on climate change that would better suit US interests.

Trudeau vowed to continue working with US states that support climate action "to drive progress on one of the greatest challenges we face as a world."

At the same time, he said he would continue to reach out to the US federal government to identify carbon emissions reductions on which they might still be able to collaborate.

 

Tags: justin trudeau, donald trump, paris agreement
Location: Canada, Ontario, Ottawa