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Zelenskyy speaks before Canadian Parliament in his campaign to shore up support for Ukraine

Associated Press

TORONTO (AP) — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has urged Canada to stay with his country to victory as he went to the Canadian Parliament seeking to bolster support from Western allies for Ukraine’s war against the Russian invasion. Zelenskyy flew into Canada’s capital late on Thursday after meetings with President Joe Biden and lawmakers in Washington. He spoke at the United Nations’ annual meeting Wednesday. Zelenskyy says Canada has always been on the “bright side of history” in fighting previous wars and that it’s helped saved thousands of lives in this war with aid. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced an additional $650 million Canadian, or about $482 million, over three years for 50 armored vehicles that will be built in Canada.

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