In the midst of a diplomatic spat between India and Canada, Justin Trudeau will attend a virtual G20 summit

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada will attend the virtual G20 Leaders’ Summit hosted by India. The Canadian Prime Minister’s Office announced Trudeau’s agenda on Wednesday, which includes him virtually attending the meeting.
Trudeau’s participation in the virtual gathering comes at a time when India and Canada are at odds diplomatically. Previously, Canadian Senate Speaker Raymonde Gagne opted out of the G20 Presiding Officers’ Summit of Parliaments, which began on October 12 in Delhi.

On November 12, Justin Trudeau confirmed his claim that India was involved in the execution of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, an Indian terrorist.