Trudeau is the latest Western leader to come to Ukraine to offer their support to the country.
Nearing the three-week mark in an ever-escalating war, Zelenskyy has used his campaign to implore allied leaders to "close the sky" to prevent the Russian airstrikes that are devastating his country.
He thanked Canada for its humanitarian and military support and called the country a steadfast ally. "Please close the sky, close the airspace," he said.
"In the time since Russia's illegal and brutal assault we have seen the world stand up tall in solidarity with the indomitable people of Ukraine," said Johnson.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says Britain will raise the issue immediately with Russia and close partners.
SWIFT is the world's main banking messaging service which links around 11,000 banks and institutions in more than 200 countries, including India.
Criticized for failing to act decisively on the protests, Trudeau this week had invoked the Emergencies Act, which gives the government sweeping powers to deal with a major crisis.
Canadian Prime Minister on Monday invoked the Emergencies Act for the first time in 50 years to give the federal government extra powers to handle the ongoing truckers blockades and protests.
The development came a day after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoked Canada's Emergencies Act and threatened to take tough legal and financial measures to end the unrest in Ottawa.
In addition, the prime minister said Ottawa would provide more loans to Ukraine, bringing the total announced since the beginning of the year to Canadian dollar 620 million.
The unprecedented deployment of the Emergencies Act gives police more tools to restore order in places where public assemblies constitute illegal and dangerous activities, said Trudeau.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg spoke with their Canadian counterparts and urged them to help resolve the standoff.
"The Freedom Convoy is peacefully protesting the harsh policies of far left lunatic Justin Trudeau who has destroyed Canada with insane Covid mandates," Trump said in a statement.
The announcement followed a weekend of protests in Canada's capital, Ottawa, against vaccine mandates, masks, and lockdowns.
What started as a protest dubbed as 'Freedom Convoy' against a vaccine requirement for cross-border truckers has grown into a large demonstration against the Trudeau government's coronavirus rules.
Trudeau tweeted the result of his rapid test is negative. He is following public health rules and isolating for five days.
Terming the incident as a "mind blowing" tragedy, Trudeau on Friday said that the Canadian government is doing all it can to stop people-smuggling across the US border.
Trudeau said in an interview with Global television that like-minded nations should unite against Beijing's increasingly 'coercive diplomacy.'
Anand, 54, will replace long-time defence minister Indian-origin Harjit Sajjan, whose handling of the military sexual misconduct crisis has been under criticism.
Chrystia Freeland, widely considered a favourite to replace Trudeau at some point, retains her positions as deputy prime minister and finance minister.