Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who had been stuck in New Delhi’s capital city for the previous two days, left for his country on Tuesday afternoon after the technical issue with his aircraft was resolved.
In a post on X, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the minister of state for entrepreneurship, skill development, electronics, and technology, stated: “On behalf of Prime Minister Narendra Modi Ji and my colleagues in government, I was at the airport today to thank Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada, for his presence at the G20 Summit and wished him and his entourage a safe trip back home.”
Due to a technical issue, Prime Minister Trudeau was forced to remain in Delhi on September 10, which also happened to be the day the G20 Summit came to an end. He had arrived in India on Friday night to take part in this year’s G20 Summit, which India was hosting.
The technical problem with the aircraft has been fixed, Mohammad Hussain, Press Secretary of Canada PMO, said earlier in the day in an email answer to IANS. The aircraft has received permission to take off.
The Canadian delegation is anticipated to leave this afternoon, according to Hussain.
A bilateral discussion between Trudeau and the Indian prime minister took place during his visit to deepen diplomatic relations between the two countries and address a number of crucial subjects.