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Despite of Khalistani issue Modi’s ‘cool’ meeting with Trudeau!

Manjit Sing

Amidst the ongoing clash between Israel and Hamas and the Russia-Ukraine war, a number of international leaders departed for Italy on Thursday to attend the 50th G-7 Summit. This year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who was re-elected for 3rd time, was also present at the G-7 summit.

While at the conference, Narendra Modi gave US President Joe Biden a polite hug; yet, he was also spotted touching hands with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. In order to improve India’s bilateral ties with strong nations on the world scene in the third term, he has also held significant meetings with a variety of state leaders off-site from the conference.

Following the death of separatist Khalistani leader Nijjar last year, diplomatic relation between India and Canada have reached an all-time low. There was no contact between the leaders of the two nations, despite Prime Minister Trudeau attending the G-20 summit in Delhi at India’s invitation. However, at this international meeting, Modi is spotted conversing with Trudeau this time. They shook hands and made small talk. The Canadian prime minister congratulated Modi on his victory in the Lok Sabha elections this year.

However, in the greeting message, he gave India a “punch.” brought up the subject of human rights. To which Modi replied, thanking him in return. He emphasized that maintaining respect for one another while cooperating is crucial.

Following the death of separatist Khalistani leader Nijjar last year, diplomatic ties between India and Canada have reached an all-time low. There was no contact between the leaders of the two nations, despite Prime Minister Trudeau attending the G-20 gathering in Delhi at India’s invitation. However, at this international meeting, Modi is spotted conversing with Trudeau this time. They shook hands and made small talk. The Canadian prime minister congratulated Modi on his victory in the Lok Sabha elections this year.

However, in the greeting message, he gave India a “punch.” took up the subject of human rights. To which Modi replied, thanking him in return. He emphasized that maintaining respect for one another while cooperating is crucial.

Nonetheless, they both conveyed a message to strengthen their relationship.

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