(Toronto) Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is due to meet his Ukrainian counterpart in Toronto on Tuesday morning.

Ukraine Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal is expected to thank Canada for its support for his country, while pushing for more help in the form of weapons and money.

Canada has provided billions of dollars in economic and military aid to Ukraine since the country was invaded by Russia in February 2022. This includes a $2.4 billion loan announced in last month’s federal budget, as well as as tanks, armored vehicles and ammunition.

Prime Minister Shmyhal’s visit comes amid reports that Ukraine’s military is planning a spring offensive aimed at pushing back Russian forces from the east of the country.

The visit also coincides with the apparent leak of secret US documents on social media detailing Ukrainian and Russian military capabilities and casualties during the war.

During Tuesday’s meeting, Prime Minister Trudeau will be joined by Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly, and National Defense Minister Anita Anand.