Trudeau Ended His Official Visit To India With A Ball Hockey Game

Trudeau Ended His Official Visit To India With A Ball Hockey Game
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Justin Trudeau, the Canadian PM, arrived in New Delhi, in India, on last Saturday night for a week-long visit aimed at strengthening economic and political ties between the two countries. However, Trudeau ended his official visit to India with a hockey game, in a more traditional Canadian manner than everything else he did this week.

Trudeau visited Taj Mahal and wore traditional Indian costumes

Together with his wife Sophie Gregoire and their three children, Xavier, Ella-Grace, and Hadrien, Justin Trudeau started his official visit to India by visiting Taj Mahal, on last Sunday morning. The Trudeau family has photographed with the Taj Mahal in the background and has been on the scene for about an hour.

Being present at the beginning of the week at Bombay for an event, Justin Trudeau wore a local coat called “sherwani”, contrasting with the western outfit chosen by actor Shahrukh Khan, a Bollywood star.

On Thursday evening, he arrived at a reception of the Canadian Embassy in India dancing “Bhangra”, a dance met in Punjab.

Yesterday, Justin Trudeau has finally met with his counterpart, Narendra Modi, and discussed, particularly, about trade, investments, energy, defense and security, and also about the global warming.

Trudeau ended his official visit to India with a hockey game

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ended a relaxing official visit to India with a ball hockey game at the Canadian High Commission in New Delhi with the national women ice hockey team of India.

The players came to New Delhi from Ladakh, situated in the northern region of India, as a part of a program for information conducted by the former Canadian hockey team captain, the well-known Hayley Wickenheiser.

Justin Trudeau put an end to a relaxing official visit to India, on which he spent most of his time at receptions, events, and visiting Indian historic temples and buildings.


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