Canadian Premier Justin Trudeau on Tuesday congratulates Prime Minister Imran Khan on framing the government, saying that he “looked forward to working together” with him.
An official statement from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said that the two pioneers had talked on the telephone and “stressed the need for further strengthening of ties particularly in areas of trade, commerce and investment”.
In discussing human rights, girls’ education, trade, climate change, and refugees, PM @ImranKhanPTI & I had a great phone conversation today. Congratulations again, Imran, on forming Pakistan’s new government – I look forward to working together for people in both our countries. pic.twitter.com/4cslV0VnHn— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) August 20, 2018
“Prime Minister Imran Khan and Prime Minister Trudeau reaffirmed commitment to work together to strengthen bilateral relations in diverse fields,” the official statement expressed.
PM Khan likewise “underscored the commitments of more than 400,000 Canadians of Pakistani source to Canada”.
Amid the discussion, Trudeau commended Prime Minister Khan’s “famous” cricket profession. He additionally wished the chief “well to implement his gathering’s plan for the welfare of Pakistani individuals”, PMO said.
In a tweet prior today, Trudeau had named his discussion with Prime Minister Khan as an “extraordinary telephone discussion” and said they talked on an extensive variety of points, including human rights, young ladies’ instruction and environmental change.
The call came a long time after Pakistan openly upheld Saudi Arabia in a political clash between the kingdom and Canada.
The spat between the two nations had begun after Canada’s Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland tweeted to request the arrival of ladies’ rights lobbyist Samar Badawi. Afterward, the Canadian government had required the quick arrival of imprisoned activists.
The Saudi government had taken solid special case to the Canadian feedback of the treatment of rights activists in the Kingdom and removed Canada’s represetative other than reviewing its own particular diplomat from Ottawa.
The explanation for Pakistan’s help for Saudi Arabia was incited not simply by solidarity with a Muslim nation and the nation’s situation on power of states and the standard of non-obstruction in the interior issues of different states, yet in addition by an uneasy association with Canada, a political source had said.
The Pakistan government had apparently been troubled with Canada over its prejudicial visa strategy towards Pakistanis, negative tourism warning and the Canadian high chief in Islamabad’s disposition towards the host government, the source had said.