Justin Trudeau Apologises For Recognition Of Nazi War Veteran, But Says Speaker Is 'Solely Responsible'

WORLD Team Latestly|

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Apologised On September 27 For Parliament's Acknowledgment Of A Man Who Fought Alongside The Nazis During Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's Address Last Week. Trudeau Said The House Of Commons Speaker, Anthony Rota, Who Resigned On September 26, Was "Solely Responsible" For The Invitation And Recognition Of The Man, But That It Was A Mistake That Has Severely Embarrassed Parliament And Canada. “All Of Us Who Were In The House On Friday Deeply Regret Having Stood And Clapped, Even Though We Did So Unaware Of The Context. It Was A Horrendous Violation Of The Memory Of The Millions Of People Who Died In The Holocaust, And Was Deeply, Deeply Painful For Jewish People,” Trudeau Said And He Repeated The Apology In Parliament.

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