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The government of Canada extended the ban on entry into the country for foreigners

The government of Canada extended at least until July 31, the ban on vyezd in the country for most categories of foreign citizens, reports channel CBC with reference to the statement of the representative border services Agency Canada Rebecca Purdy.

"(The ban - ed.) was extended to 31 July for reasons of public health," said Purdy.

Canada is disappointed by the indictment of two of its citizens of spying in China

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau said that the authorities are disappointed with the decision of the Prosecutor's office of the PRC to face charges of espionage two canadian citizens Michael Loaf and Michael Spasaro.

"Of course, we are disappointed with the decision and the next step taken by China in the case of two Michaels," said Trudeau at a press conference.

In Canada desecrated the monument to the former Prime Minister and father of the current leader

Vandals desecrated the monument to the former Prime Minister of Canada, Pierre Elliot Trudeau, being the father of the current Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, police are investigating the circumstances of the incident, said in a message posted on Twitter of police of the municipality of York in Ontario.

The incident occurred in a city Park There, with a bronze statue of the former Prime Minister to his full height.

Zhirinovsky said that the Bolsheviks should "kneel"

The leader of LDPR, the Deputy of the state Duma Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that the Bolsheviks should "kneel before the Russian people". A statement published in his telegram channel.

"The Russian Bolsheviks must kneel before the Russian people for what they are so much trouble and grief brought over the 73 years of the Soviet regime," wrote Zhirinovsky. Thus it will be possible not only to accept the blame for the "destruction of millions of people", but to redeem it, the MP said.

Canada and the United States extended the closure of the border until 21 July

The government of Canada and the United States extended the closure of the border to travel unless absolutely necessary until 21 July in connection with the pandemic of the novel coronavirus, said Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau.

In accordance with previous agreements, the border were to remain closed until June 21.

Media: Trudeau took a knee during a demonstration against racism

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau took part in a demonstration against racism and police brutality, and along with its members got down on one knee in memory of the dead black George Floyd, the newspaper reports Globe and Mail.

The demonstration was held Friday in the center of Ottawa at the Parliament building. For some time to its participants joined Trudeau in a protective mask and with the rest of the demonstrators knelt down, with bowed heads, in memory of Floyd.

Canada will channel funds from the Global Alliance for vaccines

Canada will send GAVI (Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation, Global Alliance for vaccines and immunization) $ 600 million, said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

"Canada will contribute $ 600 million to the Global Alliance," said Trudeau at the Global summit on the development of vaccines against coronavirus.

Prime Minister of Canada said that Russia will remain "outside" of the G7

The Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau, speaking about the idea of U.S. President Donald trump to invite Russia for the forthcoming summit "the Big seven" stated that Russia will remain "outside" of the group.

The press service of the Kremlin informed on Monday announced that trump during a telephone conversation informed the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin about his idea of holding in September of the G7 summit with the possible invitation of the leaders of Russia, India, Australia and the Republic of Korea. Previously the Director of White house strategic communications, Alyssa Farah, said that the summit expanded group of countries will discuss "the future of China."