Trudeau first Canadian leader to address French parliament

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, meets with Speaker of the French Senate Gerard Larcher in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (Sean Kilpat

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, meets with Speaker of the French Senate Gerard Larcher in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (Sean Kilpat

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (Sean

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (Sean

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, second from right, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe, second from left, in Paris, France Tuesday, Ap

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, second from right, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe, second from left, in Paris, France Tuesday, Ap

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (Sean

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. (Sean

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018.(Sean K

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, meets with Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe in Paris, France on Tuesday, April 17, 2018.(Sean K

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, second from  right, meets with Speaker of the French Senate Gérard Larcher in Paris, France on Tuesday, April

Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, second from right, meets with Speaker of the French Senate Gérard Larcher in Paris, France on Tuesday, April

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, right, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris, France, Tue

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, third left, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, third left, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, right, attend a meeting at the Hotel Matignon in Paris

PARIS (AP) — Justin Trudeau has become the first Canadian prime minister in history to address France's parliament, wrapping up his trip to Paris before he heads to London to meet British Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II.

In Tuesday's wide-ranging and rousing speech, Trudeau reaffirmed French-Canadian friendship, touted shared goals to combat terrorism and praised French airstrikes in Syria last week. Trudeau also said France's role in Mali, where Canada has joined the peacekeeping mission, was "an inspiration for the international community."

Prompting a standing ovation, he said "we declare ourselves for progressive trade, for diversity, for immigration, for the protection of the environment, for gender equality."

Trudeau said that gender equality will be a big theme at June's Group of Seven meeting that Canada is hosting in Charlevoix, Quebec.