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    Trudeau defends deal of armored vehicles to Saudis

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    Post by Rocky Wed 21 Mar 2018, 2:37 am

    Trudeau defends deal of armored vehicles to Saudis


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    Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his country's sale of armored personnel carriers to Riyadh conforms to "Canadian national interests and does not violate human rights."

    "Our decision to export arms in Canada is only in the event that this is consistent with our foreign defense policy, so as to ensure that human rights are not violated, and our approach to our agreement with Saudi Arabia complies with our national obligations and Canadian laws," Trudeau said at a meeting of the Canadian parliament.

    On Tuesday, CBC broadcast documents detailing the controversial $ 15 billion ($ 12 billion) Canadian-Saudi arms deal that Saudi Arabia obtained from 928 armored vehicles produced by Canada's General Dynamics Land Systems.

    According to the canal, the contract also includes, in addition to standard equipment, the supply of 119 armored vehicles equipped with 105 mm guns, 119 armored personnel carriers equipped with anti-tank weapons and 119 armored vehicles with a 30-mm cannon.

    The Globe and Mail in May 2015 revealed for the first time details of the deal between Riyadh and Ottawa, but the newspaper did not yet have details of the contract, which was considered a direct violation of Canadian law, which in turn prohibits the supply of arms to countries where human rights are violated.

    The publication of these details caused great reactions, especially after the newspaper indicated that similar Canadian armored vehicles "were sent from Saudi Arabia in 2011 to Bahrain to suppress the protests there."

    In 2016, Trudeau said his government would not cancel the deal, noting that the agreement was signed by the former Canadian government led by then Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and that its solution by the current liberal authorities "would become a terrible precedent," but stressed that the Canadian government will try In the future not to conclude similar transactions





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