Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reacted on Twitter to the bombing who killed 14 people and injured many others in St Perterburg, Russia.
Sophie & I send our thoughts to the people of St Petersburg and Russia, and to the victims' families. May the injured make a quick recovery.
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) April 3, 2017
Akbardzhon Dzhalilov, 22, was named by investigators and is believed to be the suspect of the suicide attack at the metro train station in Vladimir Putin’s hometown.
Canada and Russia have a strange relationship, Trudeau said in a news conference last year he will be firm in approaching Russia.
“We will be thoughtful and firm as I have always been on how we re-engage with Russia,” he said.
Trudeau met the Russian president at the G20 summit in Turkey last November, but since not much has been discussed between the two.
— Russia in Canada (@RussianEmbassyC) November 16, 2015
Putin is a offensive type of guy while Trudeau leans more towards the defensive side when it comes to Military operations against ISIS, the Canadian government pulled their jets out of Syria and paid $1.3 billion in aid to help out efforts in the Syrian fight against ISIS, in the meantime Putin and Russia sent their jets in to fight ISIS directly.