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Canadian PM Trudeau to spend day in Delhi today

First Published: 22nd February, 2018 10:29 IST

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who is on a week-long visit to India will spend the day in the national capital today. His schedule for the day began with a

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau who is on a week-long visit to India will spend the day in the national capital today.

His schedule for the day began with a visit to the Jama Masjid in Old Delhi. He is to visit a cricket ground and also deliver a keynote address at the Canada India Business Seminar.

Trudeau who is accompanied by wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and three children Ella, Grace, Xavier and Hadrien and a delegation of ministers, visited Amritsar yesterday.

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh met Justin Trudeau in Amritsar for a one-on-one meeting. Trudeau along with his family also visited the Golden Temple.

Trudeau is to receive a ceremonial welcome tomorrow after which he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The two are scheduled to make a joint statement later in the day.

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