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Taslima Jamal

Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Ali Sabri has reacted to the ongoing diplomatic tension between India and Canada.

Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Ali Sabri has reacted to the ongoing diplomatic tension between India and Canada. He said terrorists have found a safe haven in Canada.

The Prime Minister of the country, Justin Trudeau, has made fatal allegations without any evidence.
Sabri told news agency ANI on Monday that Canada did the same with Sri Lanka. They claimed that there was a genocide in Sri Lanka, which is completely false. Everyone knows that there was no genocide in our country.

On September 18, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau accused India of involvement in the killing of Khalistan Tiger Force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar in his country. The relationship between the two countries is at a low point. However, India has denied any involvement in Hardeep’s murder.

“I saw yesterday that he went and gave a standing ovation to someone associated with the Nazis during World War II,” Sabri said, citing Trudeau’s standing ovation after honoring a soldier in Canada’s parliament. It is doubtful.

He said Trudeau’s comments on the genocide have damaged the relationship between Canada and Sri Lanka.

Earlier, Dhaka indicated that it would side with New Delhi on the issue of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Speaking to the media on the sidelines of the UN session in New York, Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said, I think it is very sad. I don’t know the details of the incident, so I can’t make any kind of comment. But we are very proud of India; Because they don’t do anything immature. We have a very strong relationship with India. It is based on values and principles.

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