'I Won't Lecture Trump Over Refugee Ban, says Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
Feb 14, 2017 10:22 PM EST
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made a statement that he will not address President Donald Trump on Syrian refugees.
Trudeau who were at the White House yesterday added that the last thing Canadians expect is for him will descend and address another nation on how they choose to govern.
Both leaders focused on the nations' shared monetary objectives and co-operation at a joint news gathering, however their reactions to inquiries regarding Syrian refugees underscored their differentiating approaches on immigration.
US President Trump however defended his controversial travel band, saying he needed to have a 'big, beautiful, open door, but stressed that America cannot let the wrong people in. Trump has mixed contention for issuing an official request briefly restricting section of all evacuees and guests from seven Muslim-majority countries.
A federal judge has issued a temporary block across the nation obstruct on the travel ban, yet the issue of exiles seemed to dominate the joint news conference. Trudeau said the US and Canada had dependably been solid partners and allies, fighting alongside each other on different and various matters.
"But there are times when we have differed in our approaches. And that's always been done firmly and respectfully," said the Canadian Prime Minister.
Trudeau added that Canada keeps on pursuing "our policies of openness" without trading off security and would fill in as a positive example in the world. According to BBC, Trudeau has made global headlines for tolerating and accepting about 40,000 refugees, and has said Canada will welcome those escaping abuse and war.
At the point when Mr Trump marked the controversial request, Mr Trudeau tweeted his administration's dedication to getting those escaping oppression, fear and war. He likewise sent a pointed tweet that indicated him welcoming a young refugee at a Canadian airport 2015.
The two leaders together with Ivanka, Trump's daughter also had a roundtable discussion on exchange of female workers, The Star reported. The neighboring nations propelled another team called the United States Canada Council for the Advancement of Women Business Leaders-Female Entrepreneurs.
Ivanka Trump, who spoke to working women during her dad's presidency campaign, secured female administrators to take part and set the plan for the meeting.