It was good vibes all around from Justin Trudeau and Joe Biden after a meeting between the two on Tuesday afternoon.\nThe two world leaders met back in 2016 when Biden was vice president, and it's clear that their friendship hasn't lessened since then.\nEditor's Choice: Canadians Just Voted These 2 Provinces As The Worst At Handling The COVID-19 Pandemic\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nThe United States has no closer and no more important friend than Canada.\n\n\nJoe Biden\n\n\nThe duo met via video call on Tuesday, February 23, and discussed COVID-19, climate change, competition with China, NATO and national security, and issues related to the Arctic in their meeting.\nSpeaking to reporters after the two-hour meeting concluded, both Trudeau and Biden spoke of the importance of the Canada-USA relationship.\n"Canadians and Americans are innovative, creative, entrepreneurial, competitive, open-hearted," Biden said. "There's nothing we cannot achieve when we commit ourselves to it."\n\n"Canada and the United States are each other's closest allies, most important trading partners and oldest friends," Trudeau answered, "and we stand united to beat this pandemic and build a better tomorrow."\nTrudeau finished his remarks by telling President Biden that he hoped to see him in person soon, adding a "merci, mon ami" at the end.\nBiden responded with a cheeky bit of French as well, saying "au revoir" to Trudeau as he headed off-screen.\n"Bonsoir!" Trudeau responded.