Canada Parliament Votes Against Improving Iran Relations

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The government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reversed Canada’s long-stated goal to improve relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
On Tuesday, the government sided with an opposition motion in parliament demanding that Ottawa "immediately cease all negotiations or discussions" on restoring diplomatic relations with Iran.
Conservative senators had previously brought forward similar legislation and it was defeated last month by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau-appointed senators, the Toronto Sun reported.


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