Justin Trudeau, Canada’s new Prime Minister, spoke with US President Barack Obama on Tuesday and pulled the Canadian air force from bombing ISIS.
Canada’s new Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau of the Liberal Party, has said he will pull the Royal Canadian Air Force from the U.S.-led coalition against the Islamic State.
He told President Barack Obama in a telephone call on Tuesday he would honor a campaign pledge to do so. Canada has six jets bombing ISIS targets in Iraq.
“I committed that we would continue to engage in a responsible way that understands how Canada has a role to play in the fight against ISIL,” Trudeau told media. “[Obama] understands the commitments I’ve made around ending the combat mission.”
An unnamed U.S. official said of the conversation, “We expect Canada will continue to be a valuable contributor to the 65-member global coalition.”
Trudeau and Obama are said to have discussed other issues relating to the fight against terrorism and the Islamic State. Wednesday, October 21, 2015 The Clarion Project
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