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What happened in the Canadian Parliament that the speaker had to apologize?

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The Parliament of Canada is once again in the news.

On September 22, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky gave a speech in the Parliament of Canada.

Immediately after this speech, 98-year-old Yaroslav Lyubka, who fought against Russia in the Second World War, was honored.

After drawing attention of the Speaker in the House of Commons, the MPs stood up and honored Hunka. During this, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was also present.

This post originally appeared on www.bbc.com

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