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Prime Minister Trudeau and King Abdullah II Discuss Gaza Crisis at G7 Summit

Apulia, Italy – In a pivotal meeting on the sidelines of the G7 Summit in Apulia, Italy, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan engaged in urgent discussions concerning the escalating crisis in Gaza. The leaders expressed profound concern over the humanitarian impact of Israel’s military operations in Rafah, Southern Gaza, emphasizing the critical need for upholding international humanitarian law and ensuring unhindered access to aid for affected civilians.

Both Prime Minister Trudeau and King Abdullah II underscored the immediate necessity for a humanitarian ceasefire and the release of hostages, stressing the imperative of protecting civilian lives amidst the ongoing conflict. The meeting reflected a shared commitment to promoting peace and stability in the Middle East, with Trudeau acknowledging Jordan’s pivotal role in facilitating humanitarian assistance and fostering dialogue within the region.

Highlighting the robust partnership between Canada and Jordan, the leaders expressed mutual determination to strengthen cooperation on international peace and security initiatives. The discussions at the G7 Summit marked a significant step towards addressing the humanitarian crisis in Gaza and advancing efforts for a sustainable resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

The summit continues to serve as a platform for global leaders to address pressing global challenges, with Trudeau and King Abdullah II’s meeting signaling a unified commitment to humanitarian principles and regional stability.

For further updates on this developing story and more news from the G7 Summit, stay tuned to GTA Today.

Alwin Marshall-Squire

Alwin Marshall-Squire is the Editor-in-Chief of GTA Today and serves as the Parliament Hill Reporter covering Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet. With a commitment to accurate and timely news coverage, Marshall-Squire brings depth and insight to the forefront of Canadian journalism. For feedback, reach out at

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