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๐Ÿ‘‰During his first presidential visit to Ottawa, President Joe Biden will address various critical issues with his Canadian counterpart, according to the White House. These issues include national security concerns, climate change, trade, migration, the conflict in Ukraine, and unrest in Haiti. Biden is scheduled to depart on Thursday for a one-night visit to Canada's capital, where he will meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and deliver a speech to parliament on Friday. The National Security Council's Coordinator for Strategic Communications, John Kirby, stated that while in Ottawa, Biden will discuss specific measures to increase defence spending, promote clean energy on a global scale, and foster prosperous and inclusive economies.โœ… . . #BidenVisitsCanada #USCanadaRelations #Diplomacy #InternationalRelations #BilateralRelations #NorthAmerica #ForeignPolicy #TradeRelations #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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๐Ÿ‘‰In September, India temporarily halted visa services in Canada, citing operational reasons. BLS International manages these services globally. After a thorough security assessment, India resumed visa services for specific categories from October 26. Canada welcomed this move, expressing that the suspension should never have occurred. The suspension arose during a diplomatic dispute following Canadian PM Trudeau's accusation of Indian government involvement in the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. India rejected the allegations, leading to a tit-for-tat expulsion of a Canadian diplomat. Despite strained relations, PM Modi and PM Trudeau are set to engage in the G20 virtual summit.โœ… . . #IndiaCanadaTies #EVisa #Diplomacy #InternationalRelations #JustinTrudeauInIndia #PMModiMeeting #NijjarCas #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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5 months ago

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๐Ÿ‘‰The Canadian government has asked India to temporarily halt trade discussions between the two countries as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gets ready to attend the G20 Summit in Delhi, India's capital. This request was initially made by Canada's government last month, as reported by Bloomberg. The Canadian Press was the first to report on the request to pause trade negotiations between India and Canada. Sanjay Kumar Verma, India's high commissioner, mentioned that the Canadian side has proposed a temporary halt to the ongoing and rapidly progressing trade agreement negotiations with India. While the exact reasons for this pause are not clear, it is likely that it will provide an opportunity for further consultations with relevant stakeholders.โœ… . . #CanadaIndiaTradeTalks #TradeNegotiations #G20Summit #JustinTrudeau #Diplomacy #InternationalRelations #EconomicAgreement #mnm #malayalisnearmeapp #canadaupdate #canadanews

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