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Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Tweet Causes Massive Diplomatic Fight Between Saudi Arabia and Canada

A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries. It may also affect Canadian citizens working in Saudi Arabia, or those that hold a Canadian visa or supervisa.
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A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  Along with the expulsion, the Saudi government froze all trade and investment deals with Canada. This will potentially affect Canada's economy, especially since the Canadian unit of US weapons maker General Dynamics Corp. won a contract worth up to $13 billion to build light-armored vehicles for Saudi Arabia. Saudi also supplies 10% of Canada's crude oil supply. The Canadian dollar has already seen a 0.3% decline on Monday trading.    Meanwhile. state airline Saudia said it is suspending flights to and from Toronto starting August 13. The Saudi Ministry of education is also moving to relocate about 7,000 Saudi scholarship recipients studying in Canada. This is in addition to suspending training programs and fellowships in Canada. In a statement released by Saudi Arabia, it warned that “any further step from the Canadian side in that direction will be considered as acknowledgment of our right to interfere in the Canadian domestic affairs.”  In what could be a repeat of the Qatar Diplomatic row, there is a huge possibility that Saudi allies in the region will join the middle east powerhouse. Bahrain, a staunch Saudi ally, said it backed the Saudi move. The country's foreign ministry slammed what it called "unacceptable intervention in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."    Human rights groups sided with Canada and called on states with influence in Saudi Arabia - namely, the United States, United Kingdom and France - to end their silence with regard to Saudi Arabia's treatment of "human rights defenders."  Very few countries actually criticize Saudi Arabia, in part due to their vast wealth derived from oil, and the huge influence they hold in the Middle East and among Islamic countries.  This post is filed under Saudi Arabia, Canada, Diplomatic row, Saudi economy, Canadian economy, exchange rate, Saudi scholarship, defense contract, tweet, twitter, Middle East, Canadian visa, super visa

In a twitter post, Canadian officials have accused Saudi Arabia of human rights violations and demanded the release of activists imprisoned in the kingdom. The Kingdom saw the Canadian statement as an affront and an attempting to meddle with Saudi sovereignty. They declared the ambassador of Canada, Dennis Horak, persona non grata and ordered him to leave within 24 hours. The deadline was August 7, 2AM local time. The Saudis also recalled their ambassador from Ottawa.
A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  Along with the expulsion, the Saudi government froze all trade and investment deals with Canada. This will potentially affect Canada's economy, especially since the Canadian unit of US weapons maker General Dynamics Corp. won a contract worth up to $13 billion to build light-armored vehicles for Saudi Arabia. Saudi also supplies 10% of Canada's crude oil supply. The Canadian dollar has already seen a 0.3% decline on Monday trading.    Meanwhile. state airline Saudia said it is suspending flights to and from Toronto starting August 13. The Saudi Ministry of education is also moving to relocate about 7,000 Saudi scholarship recipients studying in Canada. This is in addition to suspending training programs and fellowships in Canada. In a statement released by Saudi Arabia, it warned that “any further step from the Canadian side in that direction will be considered as acknowledgment of our right to interfere in the Canadian domestic affairs.”  In what could be a repeat of the Qatar Diplomatic row, there is a huge possibility that Saudi allies in the region will join the middle east powerhouse. Bahrain, a staunch Saudi ally, said it backed the Saudi move. The country's foreign ministry slammed what it called "unacceptable intervention in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."    Human rights groups sided with Canada and called on states with influence in Saudi Arabia - namely, the United States, United Kingdom and France - to end their silence with regard to Saudi Arabia's treatment of "human rights defenders."  Very few countries actually criticize Saudi Arabia, in part due to their vast wealth derived from oil, and the huge influence they hold in the Middle East and among Islamic countries.  This post is filed under Saudi Arabia, Canada, Diplomatic row, Saudi economy, Canadian economy, exchange rate, Saudi scholarship, defense contract, tweet, twitter, Middle East, Canadian visa, super visa
A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  Along with the expulsion, the Saudi government froze all trade and investment deals with Canada. This will potentially affect Canada's economy, especially since the Canadian unit of US weapons maker General Dynamics Corp. won a contract worth up to $13 billion to build light-armored vehicles for Saudi Arabia. Saudi also supplies 10% of Canada's crude oil supply. The Canadian dollar has already seen a 0.3% decline on Monday trading.    Meanwhile. state airline Saudia said it is suspending flights to and from Toronto starting August 13. The Saudi Ministry of education is also moving to relocate about 7,000 Saudi scholarship recipients studying in Canada. This is in addition to suspending training programs and fellowships in Canada. In a statement released by Saudi Arabia, it warned that “any further step from the Canadian side in that direction will be considered as acknowledgment of our right to interfere in the Canadian domestic affairs.”  In what could be a repeat of the Qatar Diplomatic row, there is a huge possibility that Saudi allies in the region will join the middle east powerhouse. Bahrain, a staunch Saudi ally, said it backed the Saudi move. The country's foreign ministry slammed what it called "unacceptable intervention in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."    Human rights groups sided with Canada and called on states with influence in Saudi Arabia - namely, the United States, United Kingdom and France - to end their silence with regard to Saudi Arabia's treatment of "human rights defenders."  Very few countries actually criticize Saudi Arabia, in part due to their vast wealth derived from oil, and the huge influence they hold in the Middle East and among Islamic countries.  This post is filed under Saudi Arabia, Canada, Diplomatic row, Saudi economy, Canadian economy, exchange rate, Saudi scholarship, defense contract, tweet, twitter, Middle East, Canadian visa, super visa


Along with the expulsion, the Saudi government froze all trade and investment deals with Canada. This will potentially affect Canada's economy, especially since the Canadian unit of US weapons maker General Dynamics Corp. won a contract worth up to $13 billion to build light-armored vehicles for Saudi Arabia. Saudi also supplies 10% of Canada's crude oil supply. The Canadian dollar has already seen a 0.3% decline on Monday trading.
A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  Along with the expulsion, the Saudi government froze all trade and investment deals with Canada. This will potentially affect Canada's economy, especially since the Canadian unit of US weapons maker General Dynamics Corp. won a contract worth up to $13 billion to build light-armored vehicles for Saudi Arabia. Saudi also supplies 10% of Canada's crude oil supply. The Canadian dollar has already seen a 0.3% decline on Monday trading.    Meanwhile. state airline Saudia said it is suspending flights to and from Toronto starting August 13. The Saudi Ministry of education is also moving to relocate about 7,000 Saudi scholarship recipients studying in Canada. This is in addition to suspending training programs and fellowships in Canada. In a statement released by Saudi Arabia, it warned that “any further step from the Canadian side in that direction will be considered as acknowledgment of our right to interfere in the Canadian domestic affairs.”  In what could be a repeat of the Qatar Diplomatic row, there is a huge possibility that Saudi allies in the region will join the middle east powerhouse. Bahrain, a staunch Saudi ally, said it backed the Saudi move. The country's foreign ministry slammed what it called "unacceptable intervention in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."    Human rights groups sided with Canada and called on states with influence in Saudi Arabia - namely, the United States, United Kingdom and France - to end their silence with regard to Saudi Arabia's treatment of "human rights defenders."  Very few countries actually criticize Saudi Arabia, in part due to their vast wealth derived from oil, and the huge influence they hold in the Middle East and among Islamic countries.  This post is filed under Saudi Arabia, Canada, Diplomatic row, Saudi economy, Canadian economy, exchange rate, Saudi scholarship, defense contract, tweet, twitter, Middle East, Canadian visa, super visa

Meanwhile, state airline Saudia said it is suspending flights to and from Toronto starting August 13. The Saudi Ministry of education is also moving to relocate about 7,000 Saudi scholarship recipients studying in Canada. This is in addition to suspending training programs and fellowships in Canada. In a statement released by Saudi Arabia, it warned that any further step from the Canadian side in that direction will be considered as acknowledgment of our right to interfere in the Canadian domestic affairs.”
A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  A huge diplomatic row is happening between Saudi Arabia and Canada because of one tweet by the Canadian Foreign Ministry. It is expected to affect the Saudi economy but more so the Canadian economy. Some movements have already been observed in the Canadian dollar exchange rate. Other sectors are expected to be affected as Saudi Arabia escalates their actions against Canada. These include Saudi scholarship students studying in Canada, as well as a huge defense contract between the two countries.  Along with the expulsion, the Saudi government froze all trade and investment deals with Canada. This will potentially affect Canada's economy, especially since the Canadian unit of US weapons maker General Dynamics Corp. won a contract worth up to $13 billion to build light-armored vehicles for Saudi Arabia. Saudi also supplies 10% of Canada's crude oil supply. The Canadian dollar has already seen a 0.3% decline on Monday trading.    Meanwhile. state airline Saudia said it is suspending flights to and from Toronto starting August 13. The Saudi Ministry of education is also moving to relocate about 7,000 Saudi scholarship recipients studying in Canada. This is in addition to suspending training programs and fellowships in Canada. In a statement released by Saudi Arabia, it warned that “any further step from the Canadian side in that direction will be considered as acknowledgment of our right to interfere in the Canadian domestic affairs.”  In what could be a repeat of the Qatar Diplomatic row, there is a huge possibility that Saudi allies in the region will join the middle east powerhouse. Bahrain, a staunch Saudi ally, said it backed the Saudi move. The country's foreign ministry slammed what it called "unacceptable intervention in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."    Human rights groups sided with Canada and called on states with influence in Saudi Arabia - namely, the United States, United Kingdom and France - to end their silence with regard to Saudi Arabia's treatment of "human rights defenders."  Very few countries actually criticize Saudi Arabia, in part due to their vast wealth derived from oil, and the huge influence they hold in the Middle East and among Islamic countries.  This post is filed under Saudi Arabia, Canada, Diplomatic row, Saudi economy, Canadian economy, exchange rate, Saudi scholarship, defense contract, tweet, twitter, Middle East, Canadian visa, super visa

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In what could be a repeat of the Qatar Diplomatic row, there is a huge possibility that Saudi allies in the region will join the middle east powerhouse. Bahrain, a staunch Saudi ally, said it backed the Saudi move. The country's foreign ministry slammed what it called "unacceptable intervention in the internal affairs of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia."

Human rights groups sided with Canada and called on states with influence in Saudi Arabia - namely, the United States, United Kingdom and France - to end their silence with regard to Saudi Arabia's treatment of "human rights defenders."

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Very few countries actually criticize Saudi Arabia, in part due to their vast wealth derived from oil, and the huge influence they hold in the Middle East and among Islamic countries.

This post is filed under Saudi Arabia, Canada, Diplomatic row, Saudi economy, Canadian economy, exchange rate, Saudi scholarship, defense contract, tweet, twitter, Middle East, Canadian visa, super visa

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