Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized in the House of Commons on behalf of MPs for honouring a man in Parliament who fought for a Nazi unit during World War II.

“On behalf of all of us in this House, I would like to present unreserved apologies for what took place on Friday and to President Zelenskyy and the Ukrainian delegation for the position they were put in,” Mr. Trudeau said during question period on Sept. 27.

“For all of us who were present, to have unknowingly recognized this individual was a terrible mistake and a violation of the memory of those who suffered grievously at the hands of the Nazi regime.”

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