Trudeau speaks for not defending LGBTQ rights in public

Ottawa: Premier Justin Trudeau was apprehensive while he wrapped up a nine-day international tour and reporters asked him about negotiations with Iranian Foreign minister and his resolution to not defend LGBTQ rights in public when with Senegalese President.
Trudeau was questioned why he didn’t catch a chance to publically support Canada’s stance on LGBTQ rights earlier this week during a visit to Senegalese president.
Homosexuality is illegalized in Senegal. While standing beside Trudeau, Sall emphasized his position that his country would not acknowledge any changes to its present laws and homosexuality to Pride Parades would not be tolerated.
Sall’s remarks were the front-page news in the country while Trudeau flaunted that he was capable of securing Senegal’s vote for the desirable UN Security Council seat in the last tour.
Trudeau said that Canada is able to get Senegal’s hold up for the seat for “a while” and he “always” raised voice for human rights with world leaders. He also articulated Canada’s grants for LGBTQ groups on an international level.
Trudeau said, “We will continue to work to ensure that people’s rights are respected at home and everywhere around the world”.
Trudeau said he “never” renounced human rights, while he was pressed to respond to why he didn’t take a chance to repeat his stance for LGBTQ privileges.
Trudeau told, “One of the things that Canadians understand is we need to engage constructively with the world, stand up firmly for our values, and look to help people as we improve conditions for people around the world”.
He assured, “I’ve never shied away from bringing up human rights with leaders and I will continue to do that strongly, in a way that moves the dial forward”.
The prime minister appeared to defend his choice to meet up the Iranian foreign minister during the Munich Security Conference, keeping in view shot down of Ukrainian flight in Tehran which killed 57 Canadian nationals.
Trudeau maintained he met with the Iranian foreign minister when the foreign minister Francois Champagne was conducting a bilateral meeting with Iranian minister Javed Zarif, as “made a promise to families in Canada to do everything I could to make sure that they get answers”.
Trudeau held that champagne insisted upon his Iranian counterpart the importance of flights’ black boxes and called for an independent investigation regarding the Ukraine plan shot down due to missile strikes to point out the culprit.
Trudeau said, “I went by to impress upon the foreign minister of Iran how important it was that we work together and we ensure that that investigation is complete”.
The prime minister returning back to Canada on Saturday, but will be setting off next week while keeping on his campaign to get support for the UN Security Council seat that winnable in June.–Worldwide News

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