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Prime Minister Trudeau meets Jordan King Hussain in Ottawa


Ottawa, 16 February 2024 (TDI): Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau meets King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussain of Jordan to discuss the regional issue and Peace and Security of the Middle East. Foreign Minister Melanie Joly and Minister Ahmed Hussen also joined this meeting.

Both sides discussed their worries about Southern Gaza, Violence in the city of Rafah, and humanitarian assistance for civilians, and urged the release of hostages, including many Canadians and their Lineages.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau condemns Hamas attacks against Israel and the security of Civilians. He also mentioned the importance of civilians in Gaza and the need for expanding humanitarian aid in Gaza.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and His Majesty King Abdullah II discussed peace and security in the Middle East and agreed to remain in touch as the situation continued to evolve.

Justin Trudeau said, “We need to see Stability and Peace in the region, and we need to work to achieve a two-state solution, which is the only way to ensure sustainable peace and security”.

Prime Minister and His Majesty King Abdullah II agreed on the necessity of a permanent cease-fire and said that this is not just one side, Hammas also doesn’t need to make civilians a Human shield.

Moreover, he said, “Canada always supports the rights of Palestinians, Israelis, and all in the region to live in peace, and security without fear”.

Both leaders agreed to support the International Organizations like United Nations Relief and Work Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) and urged the international community to provide humanitarian assistance for Gaza Civilians to help with the UN.

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The two leaders discussed the significance of overcoming the challenges as soon as possible and pointed out that, “not to forget the need to work to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza urgently”.

Justin Trudeau said, “These times are very complicated around the world, but there are opportunities to meet as friends to discuss how to continue working together and in the right direction”.

Additionally, “As the holy month of Ramadan starts, both leaders are concerned about the significance of saving the historical status quo in holy sites and Jerusalem”.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reaffirmed the significance of restoring endeavors toward a two-state solution and securing enduring harmony in the region and repeated that settlement and settler violence in the West Bank needs to stop.

Additionally, he condemns the rise of Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism, and Anti-Arab discrimination because he thinks it will affect the community of Muslims, Arabs, and Jewish in Canada and the Globe.

At last, Prime Minister Trudeau expressed his gratitude to the king of Jordan Al-Hussain for his commitment and maintaining peace in the region and highlighting the bilateral relationship between Canada and Jordan.


Sabah Khan Tareen
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