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Trudeau Urges India to Address Nijjar Killings: Canada-India Diplomacy | India Today [Video]

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Trudeau Urges India to Address Nijjar Killings: Canada-India Diplomacy | India Today

Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, has once more urged India to seriously address the Niger killings, causing a stir in diplomatic relations between the two nations. Trudeau’s comments, made in Parliament, suggest a credibility to allegations against India, further intensifying the situation. Despite previous resolutions, Canada continues to bring attention to the Niger killings, pledging to work alongside India in dealing with the matter. Trudeau’s call for responsibility in protecting Canadians from foreign governments’ illegal actions reflects the country’s diverse foundations. #canada #india #nigerkillings #justintrudeau #diplomacy #foreignrelations
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