India Looks Forward to Continued Mutual Consultations with Canada in Coming Days

Your Opinion: How long do you think it will take to find a Covid-19 vaccine and get the entire country vaccinated?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

A telephonic conversation took place between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and His Excellency Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada; on June 16, 2020. The leaders informed each other about the prevailing situation due to COVID-19 in their respective countries.

Additionally, they discussed the possibilities of international collaboration; to cater to the health and economic crisis caused by the pandemic. The leaders came to a consensus over the possibility of India-Canada partnership to be a force for good in the post-COVID world. They emphasized sharing humanitarian values in the global discourse.

Matters Discussed

The leaders expressed the need to strengthen multilateral institutions like the World Health Organisation. Notably, they agreed to work closely while dealing with health, social, economic, and political issues. Moreover, PM Modi expressed his gratitude to His Excellency; he appreciated the support extended by the Canadian authorities in recent days for the Indian citizens in Canada; also for facilitating their repatriation to India.

Likewise, His Excellency expressed his happiness over the facilitation offered by the Indian authorities; while sending back Canadian citizens from India. The large economies are stitched together by democratic values. In the same way, India and Canada have a natural convergence on many global issues. Furthermore, the leaders affirmed to looking forward to mutual consultations in upcoming days. The leaders agreed that “as large economies wedded to democratic values, India and Canada have a natural convergence on many global issues“.

You already voted!
Shriya Kataria
A writer by day and a reader by night. I am a Lawyer in making and a lifelong humanitarian. My enthusiasm for content writing and public speaking is real and undeniable. When not writing, I'm either painting or busy with my slam poetry.

Get Our Monthly Digest Delivered Straight To Your Inbox


After repealing section 377, its time to Legalise Same-Sex Marriage in...

A draconian, archaic law that criminalized homosexuality was struck down in a historic judgment given by the Supreme Court in 2018. Two years after the judgment, the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer) community has now sought legal recognition of their relationships. As...

Modern Day Book Burning a.k.a Internet Shutdowns

The internet has become an indispensable element in our society for all the obvious reasons. For the majority of users, not a single day goes by where we don't 'need' the internet and the lack of a reliable and fast connection can feel paralyzing.

Letter to UNHRC – Dr Kafeel Khan, Punished Because He’s Muslim

Kafeel Khan, a doctor by profession and a social activist has been targeted by Yogi Government since 2017, in 3 years he had been maliciously arrested 3 times & imprisoned for around 14 months on the false charges set up against him at many instances. Now he...

Prison Life In India and its Aftermath

Everyone prays to never see the bars of prison in their lifetime. Yet, as fickle as life is, it is quite hard to predict the future. It is in everyone’s benefit to know a little bit about prison life; for movies and cinemas do not do justice...

Decoding WhiteHat Jr.’s Coding Face ‘Wolf Gupta’

Digital learning has taken a new turn in India – this time with coding classes as a niche for 6-year-olds. With the shutting of schools in lockdown, pushy Indian parents got a fresh excuse to make their children learn coding to cope up with the ‘rat race’...

WhatsApp: How private are your chats?

WhatsApp, not a safe handle anymore! Does that shock you? When you get to know that your messages, photos, and videos over the Facebook-owned WhatsApp are not safe and encrypted anymore? Albeit the Messaging app WhatsApp handled by Facebook confidently mentioned in their privacy policy that “Respect...