Montreal mayor quietly signs mutual cooperation agreement with Iran

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A few days back, Denis Coderre, the mayor signed an agreement with the Islamic Republic in order to enhance the cooperation in diverse areas in Iran.

This agreement was signed by Tehran Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf along with Denis Coderre who is the president of Board of Directors.

Qalibaf fought the elections in the year 2005 and came out as a winner. Since then he has worked actively and has become one of the most influential people of the state jihadist. The close relation between Tehran and Metropolis is definitely a big concern for him as he highlighted the same in one of the interviews.

Coderre, on the other hand, has not been impressive enough as he is unable to take any strong decision whether it is concerning the jihad attacks which took place in Brussels or scrutiny of mosques which was initiated by Lebeaume. He said that this was just profiling and there is no reason to check the mosques. According to them the root cause of such activities was the messages that came from the social media platforms.

According to Toronto Newspaper, many schools, as well as mosques of Islam in Canada, are working according to the doctrine of a jihadist. They have been named as “filed for extremist literature”.

The main purpose of signing such an agreement was to enforce stronger cooperation with the organization and that is why efforts were being made to come to come together.

This agreement which was signed in Iran is that effort being made by Denis and Qalibaf which will boost the relationships of both the countries thereby strengthening the bond. Special measures are being taken to promote the cultural affairs of both the countries and this agreement is just the beginning.

Both of them focussed on the future prospects as well and how it will be helpful for both of them.


Delilah is 31 years old from Toronto Canada and has a conservative view on politics, she lives on the road following big names in politics, she has come upon us with many years writing experience, in her early years she has been all over Europe back-packing and had the "adventure of a lifetime" before settling down to write news on Canadian and World politics.