While speaking in support of 'LGDP…LGTP…LGT', gay community, 'LGBTQ+' only 'LGBTQ+' could not speak properly, watch the video here

While speaking in support of 'LGDP…LGTP…LGT', gay community, 'LGBTQ+' only 'LGBTQ+' could not speak properly, watch the video here

Justin Trudeau LGBTQ Video: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing the anger of people on social media. This is because he could not speak properly LGBTQ+ during a speech. A video of this is also becoming quite viral on social media. In which it can be seen how Trudeau is making mistakes in pronunciation again and again. First they say LGDP, then LGTP and then they start saying LGT. After this again he laughs and pronounces it correctly in the fourth time.

This is a matter of anger for the people because in Canada there is talk of giving equal rights and support to the LGBTQ community. This country is considered very liberal towards the LGBTQ community. In such a situation, if the Prime Minister of the country will not pronounce it correctly, then it is bound to feel bad for the people of the community including the other people who support him. Talking about PM Trudeau, he always speaks in support of this community. But this time he made a mistake in pronunciation.

spelled mistake three times

Addressing the people, Trudeau says, 'I will never apologize for standing with the LGDP…LGTP…LGT++ kids.' Let us tell you that this time elections have been held in Canada ahead of time. In which once again the Liberal Party of Justin Trudeau has won. But this time also his party has not been able to prove majority. Trudeau appeared in this election as the leader of a stable minority government (Canada LGBTQ+ Rights). He hoped that due to better handling of the Kovid-19 epidemic, his government would get a majority this time. But this could not happen.

Won elections for the first time in 2015

Justin Trudeau won the 2015 election for the first time. He is the son of the leader of the Liberal Party and former Prime Minister of the country, Pierre Trudeau. He is also known as the refugee leader of the migrants. He gave shelter to these people at a time when America and other countries had closed their doors (Canada Election Results). In 2017, PM Trudeau formally apologized to those who have faced harassment and discrimination under Canadian laws and policies. Trudeau has also backed a bill that bans so-called 'conversion therapy' of the LGBTQ community in Canada.

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Russia hosts Afghan talks, calls for inclusive government

Russia hosts Afghan talks, calls for inclusive government

Moscow: Russia on Wednesday hosted talks on the Afghanistan issue, which were attended by senior representatives from the Taliban and neighboring countries. The talks reflect Russia's diplomatic influence on the issue.

Initiating the talks, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that lasting peace in Afghanistan requires the formation of a truly inclusive government that reflects the interests of all ethnic groups and political parties in the country.

Russia designated the Taliban a terrorist organization in 2003, but despite this it worked for years to establish contacts with the group. Contact with any such group is punishable under Russian law, but the Russian Foreign Ministry, responding to questions about the contradiction on the issue, said it was necessary to talk to the Taliban to help bring stability to Afghanistan.

Unlike other countries, Russia has not vacated its embassy in Kabul since the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August, and since then its ambassadors have been meeting representatives of the Taliban. In his opening address at the conference, Lavrov commended the Taliban for their efforts to stabilize the situation in Afghanistan and ensure the functioning of government institutions.

He also stressed the importance of respecting human rights in Afghanistan. "The meeting is very important for the stability of the entire country," said Abdul Salam Hanafi, deputy prime minister of the Taliban's interim government, who attended Wednesday's talks.

Lavrov said that Russia would soon send a consignment of humanitarian aid to Afghanistan. He urged the international community to immediately deploy its resources to prevent a humanitarian crisis from erupting in Afghanistan. The erstwhile Soviet Union had fought a war in Afghanistan for 10 years, which ended in 1989 with the withdrawal of Russian troops.

Moscow has returned in recent years as a strong mediator in international dialogue on the Afghanistan issue, hosting talks with Taliban representatives and other parties. Representatives of the Taliban and other factions in Afghanistan, as well as representatives from China, India, Pakistan, Iran and the erstwhile Soviet Union nations attended the 'Moscow Format' meeting.

Before Wednesday's meeting, there was another meeting earlier this week in which diplomats from Russia, China and Pakistan attended. The US did not attend the meeting. Russian President Vladimir Putin said last week that it was in no hurry to recognize the Taliban as Afghanistan's new ruler. He, however, emphasized the need to hold talks with the organisation.

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