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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Meets with Jordan’s King Abdullah II at G7 Summit in Italy

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During the ongoing G7 Summit in Puglia, Italy, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau engaged in a meeting with His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan to address the escalating crisis in Gaza and the humanitarian repercussions of the Israeli military offensive in the city of Rafah, located in the southern region of the Gaza Strip.

Expressing grave concerns over the current situation, both leaders emphasized the critical need for all parties to uphold international humanitarian law, ensure unhindered access to humanitarian aid in the affected areas, and prioritize the protection of civilians.

Trudeau and King Abdullah II underscored the urgent requirement for a humanitarian ceasefire and the release of hostages, acknowledging the pressing humanitarian demands on the ground in Gaza and the wider region.

The discussion also delved into the broader context of fostering peace and security in the Middle East, with Trudeau commending Jordan’s pivotal role in facilitating humanitarian aid to Gaza, promoting dialogue and stability in the region, and charting a path towards enduring peace for both Israelis and Palestinians.

Highlighting the robust partnership between Canada and Jordan, both leaders expressed enthusiasm for enhancing cooperation in international peace and security endeavors, underscoring their commitment to advancing stability in the Middle East region.

Rachel Adams

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