In Canada Justin Trudeau Says Refugees Are Welcome


Justin Trudeau Tweets Messages Of Welcome To Refugees

Justin Trudeau showed an awesome gesture for the refugees. he took a look at Donald Trump’s executive order on refugees Saturday. he also tweeted on Twitter that Canada will welcome all those people devastated in war and terror.

regardless of their light & hope. Justin Trudeau said “Diversity is our strength,” he wrote, following up by posting the photo of himself greeting a baby Syrian refugee. The refugee arrivals into the United States for 3 months. He barred citizens of Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. For almost 3 months. so this action resulted in chaos.

which took place at the airport. It happened on Saturday.  Because the refugees and immigrants were detained by border agents and lawyers. This news created havoc as the potential for Trump’s executive order to effect. As the Canadian citizens traveling to the US, 35,000 of whom share dual citizenship.

But Justin Trudeau office issued the statement.

On Saturday. Said that the Trump administration had confirmed.  Canadian citizens traveling on Canadian passports. These people will be unaffected by the ban. So after that Canadian Minister of Transport Marc Garneau tweeted on twitter. That the government is in contact with the American transportation department and Department of Homeland Security to “get more clarity on the impacts of the restrictions on travels.”

Canada has been always been supportive its acceptance of refugees over the last two years. They took more than 39k refugees. only from Syria. They unrolling its resettlement plan in  2015. Justin Trudeau also faced extreme criticism from Canadians bureaucratic process. Of bringing  Syrian refugees into the nation.

Justin also added To those fleeing persecution, terror & war, Canadians will welcome you, regardless of your faith,”. he also delivered a second tweet. which claims to coincide with outrage over Trump’s immigration policy. as he posted a photo of him showing Trudeau welcoming a Syrian refugee at a Canadian airport.