After the president of the UAE, Canada's prime minister now talks to Jordan King about India and "respecting the rule of law."
A day after speaking to the president of the UAE about India and the "importance of upholding the law," Justin Trudeau, the Canadian prime minister, did the same with King Abdullah II of Jordan on Monday.
The Canadian government claims that during the discussions, Trudeau gave an update on the circumstance between Canada and India and emphasised the value of "respecting the rule of law and the Vienna Convention on diplomatic relations."
Trudeau had already incited hostility with his social media post on the "importance of upholding and respecting the rule of law." This may be considered a new provocation.
Trudeau said in a post on X that he spoke on the phone with UAE President Mohamed Bin Zayed about the continuing problem with India and the significance of obeying the law.
Prime Minister Trudeau "unequivocally condemned Hamas' large-scale attacks against Israel, and he reaffirmed that Canada fully supports Israel's right to defend itself" during his discussions with the king of Jordan on Monday.