The Labour chief is in Canada for a summit of political leaders, as he seeks to burnish his picture on the world stage.
Norway’s premier Jonas Gahr Retailer and Jacinda Ardern, former prime minister of New Zealand, are among the many different main names on the occasion for “progressive” politicians this weekend.
After the talks with Mr Trudeau, Sir Keir is predicted to go to to Paris subsequent week to satisfy French president Emmanuel Macron.
A Labour spokesperson stated that Sir Keir and Mr Trudeau mentioned “the second is now for progressive governments, in response to the tempo of change individuals the world over are going through”.
They added: “The 2 leaders mentioned the chance offered by a transition to scrub power, for jobs, funding and the economic system.
“They talked in regards to the energy of rules-based collaboration and the function of energetic, muscular centre-left governments in offering the solutions to trendy public challenges.”
The go to to Canada has seen the Labour chief push the significance of securing Britain’s borders, calling it an “acute safety concern”.
He has additionally warned of the joint challenges that make up an “axis of instability” each within the UK and internationally.
Talking at an occasion alongside the Norwegian prime minister, Sir Keir stated: “In precept it’s mistaken to assume that management of the border just isn’t a progressive concern.
“As a result of when you lose management of the border, a variety of issues occur – that’s when in sure locations you get into the enterprise of individuals speaking about partitions and fences since you’ve misplaced management of the border.
“It goes down this slippery slope. And when you can’t have a wall and a fence, you will have a few of the gimmicks that we’re seeing in the UK.”
The flurry of worldwide engagements has been seen as a bid to look statesmanlike and increase his management credentials forward of a possible normal election subsequent yr.
Labour officers are emphasising Sir Keir’s background as a director of public prosecutions in making the case that he may handle organised immigration crime if handed the keys to No 10.
No 10 appeared to downplay the importance of the Opposition chief’s anticipated Paris journey, saying it was “common”.
Sir Keir may be eyeing a White Home assembly with US president Joe Biden within the coming months, whose “Bidenomics” and landmark inexperienced subsidy push has attracted admiration from Labour.
Shadow international secretary David Lammy visited Montreal alongside his occasion chief, as he hit out on the present “advert hoc” relationship between the UK and EU and referred to as for extra common formal conferences.
“We do assume that UK relations with the European Union is our prime precedence. We are able to’t think about describing, as Liz Truss did, Emmanuel Macron as an enemy,” Mr Lammy instructed The Observer.
“We predict it’s weird that the UK doesn’t presently underneath this authorities have structured dialogue with the European Union in a constructive manner.”
He added: “We don’t presently meet with the European Union to debate mutual problems with concern, whether or not on a biannual foundation or on a quarterly foundation.
“In the intervening time there may be nothing. It’s all advert hoc. We’ve acquired to get again to structured dialogue.”