TNI Bureau: Trudeau slams India of unilaterally revoking diplomatic immunity for 40 Canadian diplomats, a breach of the Vienna Convention on diplomacy.
Trudeau states, “India has unilaterally revoked the diplomatic immunity of 40 Canadian diplomats, which is a clear violation of the Vienna Convention.”
Justin Trudeau highlights the broader international concern, stating, “This issue should concern all nations.
Justin Trudeau Slams India of violating international law by unilaterally revoking the diplomatic immunity of 40 Canadian diplomats in India, as per the Vienna Convention on diplomacy.
Additionally, there are serious allegations of a potential international law violation involving the alleged killing of a Canadian citizen on Canadian soil, which may implicate the Indian government.”
Trudeau underscores the disruptive impact of India’s actions, saying, “The Indian government’s actions are significantly disrupting the lives of millions in India and Canada, undermining a fundamental diplomatic principle.”
Notably, India and Canada’s relationship soured after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused Indian intelligence of involvement in the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
New Delhi is angry that Trudeau last month suggested Indian agents might have been involved in the June murder of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada. India denies the allegation.
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