Canada puts a hold on trade negotiations with India before the G20 Summit

As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gets ready to travel to India for the G20 Summit in the nation’s capital Delhi, the Canadian government has asked India to pause trade talks between the two countries.

There have been calls for Trudeau’s administration to make a trade agreement contingent on India respecting the human rights of religious minorities because his nation is home to a sizable Indian diaspora, including the largest Sikh population outside of India.

This year’s G-20 will be presided over by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and some of Trudeau’s ministers have already met with their Indian counterparts during the summer.

Next weekend, Trudeau will fly to New Delhi for the leaders’ summit, but it is unclear at this time whether they will have a one-on-one meeting.



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