Without giving any reason, the spokesperson said that at this time, we are postponing the upcoming trade mission to India. However, earlier this month Canada put a halt to talks on a trade deal with India.
Canada’s trade mission to India scheduled for October has been postponed. Shanti Cosentino, spokeswoman for Canadian Trade Minister Mary Ng, confirmed the development. Without giving any reason, the spokesperson said that at this time, we are postponing the upcoming trade mission to India. However, earlier this month Canada put a halt to talks on a trade deal with India. This comes a few days after talks between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the sidelines of the G20 summit in New Delhi.
During their talks on September 10, PM Modi conveyed Delhi’s strong concerns about the continuation of anti-India activities by extremist elements in Canada as they are promoting separatism and inciting violence against Indian diplomats and diplomats there. Threatening the Indian community. In his conversation with Trudeau, PM Modi also mentioned that a relationship based on “mutual respect and trust” is essential for the progress of India-Canada relations. Addressing the media after his talks with PM Modi, Trudeau said his country will always protect the freedom of peaceful protest, but added that it will always prevent violence and push back hatred.
He said Canada will always protect freedom of expression, freedom of conscience and freedom of peaceful protest and that is extremely important to us. Trudeau said that we are always there to stop the violence and stop the hatred. I think on the issue of community, it’s important to remember that the actions of a few people do not represent the entire community or Canada.