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The Canadian government is set to announce a $2 billion oil-for-food deal with a Russian company, after it was confirmed the two countries would be working together to develop a honey-based oil for local use.
The announcement comes as the U.S. and Europe ratchet up sanctions on Russia over the crisis in Ukraine, after Moscow denied the existence of an economic link between the two nations.
Russia says it will continue to make oil in Ukraine and has pledged to provide Kiev with “material support” for economic development.
According to a statement from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s office, the deal is expected to be signed in Ottawa on Monday, with the deal to go into effect on January 1.
“Canada has a strong partnership with Russia and we are confident that the deal will benefit Canadians and our economy,” Trudeau’s statement said.
“Canada is also committed to further strengthening our relationship with Russia in order to support our economy and promote stability in Ukraine.”
The announcement came after the U, European Union, Canada and Australia issued sanctions against Russia for its involvement in Ukraine.
They accuse Moscow of trying to destabilize Ukraine, and have imposed a ban on the export of oil products from the country.
The sanctions have been a contentious topic in Canada’s politics.
Trudeau has faced criticism for not immediately lifting sanctions imposed on Russia by the previous Conservative government.
Trudeau’s government also announced the creation of a task force to look into the impact of sanctions on Canada’s economy.