Toronto, September 23
Admitting for the first time, a senior US diplomat confirmed that there was “shared intelligence between Five Eyes partners” that prompted Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to make offensive allegations about the involvement of Indian agents in the killing of a Khalistani extremist on Canadian soil. According to what media reported on Saturday.
There was “shared intelligence between Five Eyes partners” that informed Trudeau’s public claim of a “possible” link between the government of India and the killing of a Canadian citizen, CTV News, a Canadian 24-hour news network, reported, citing the US ambassador to Canada. David Cohen.
The Five Eyes network is an intelligence alliance consisting of the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. It relies on surveillance and signals intelligence.
CTV’s report is based on her exclusive interview on CTV’s “Question Period with Vassy Kapelos” that will air Sunday.
CTV quoted Cohen as saying he confirmed: “There was shared intelligence between Five Eyes partners that helped prompt Canada to make the statements that the prime minister made.”
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