The friendship between Montreal mayor Valérie Plante and Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo is on full display on social media.\nThe mayors of the two largest Francophone cities on Earth share many of the same goals.\nHere's a look at their relationship and shared steps toward a more sustainable future.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nMontreal mayor Valérie Plante and her Parisian counterpart, Anne Hidalgo, just shared a heartwarming moment on Twitter. Hidalgo congratulated Plante on her new appointment as a an ambassador for local diversity for the organisation Local Governments for Sustainability.\nThe two mayors share a long and adorable history of friendship, and often give each other props online. The cross-Atlantic relationship is truly #friendshipgoals.\nIt appears that the two have a true affinity for each other. The two women are the mayors of two of the largest French-speaking cities in the world.\nThey both share a love for improving public transit, green cities and encouraging women to get more involved with politics.\nThis is not the first time that the two have interracted, whether online or in real life. In November of 2017, the two women spoke over the phone to discuss, amongst other things, transit and making mobility a priority.\nQuel plaisir de parler à @Anne_Hidalgo, maire de #Paris, dont la mobilité est également une priorité! Saviez-vous que le #GrandParisExpress utilise également un grand tunnelier? #polmtl pic.twitter.com/JEDmJVlY8X— Valérie Plante (@Val_Plante) November 10, 2017\nWhat a pleasure to talk to Anne Hidalgo, mayor of Paris, for whom mobility is also a priority! Did you know that the Grand Paris Express also uses a large tunneling machine?\nREAD ALSO: This Is Your Last Chance To Ride This La Ronde Roller Coaster Before It Shuts Down Forever\nMost recently, Hidalgo congratulated Plante on her appointment to Local Governments for Sustainability.\nFélicitations @Val_Plante, Paris est mobilisée aux côtés de Montréal pour la préservation de la biodiversité, un enjeu majeur de la ville de demain ! 👏🍀#CitiesWithNature https://t.co/cLlpgjufFg— Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo) August 22, 2019\nCongratulations Valérie Plante, Paris is mobilized at Montreal's side to preserve biodiversity, a major challenge for the cities of the future."\nIn December of 2017, the two mayors met in person and spoke about climate change and female leadership.\nHidalgo tweeted about the encounter:\nRencontre passionnante avec @Val_Plante Maire de Montréal, le leadership au féminin au service du Climat #women4Climate #Cities4Climate pic.twitter.com/br9ZL8chgk— Anne Hidalgo (@Anne_Hidalgo) December 5, 2017\nFascinating meeting with Valérie Plante, mayor of Montreal, woman leadership at the service of our climate.\nMerci @Anne_Hidalgo! Paris la magnifique est une belle source d’inspiration pour nous 🤩 https://t.co/7Sqz8P5Jq2— Valérie Plante (@Val_Plante) June 14, 2019\nThanks Anne Hidalgo! Magnificent Paris is a great source of inspiration for us!\nThe two even penned an essay together, which serves as the preface to a book about life in public spaces.\nUn trio féminin de mairesses qui ne laissent pas leur place, avec @MayorBowser (Washington) et @Anne_Hidalgo (Paris) ;) #ChicagoCharter #polmtl #Women4Climate pic.twitter.com/JuAewjwYwy— Valérie Plante (@Val_Plante) December 5, 2017\nA trio of female mayors who are not giving up their place!\nOf course, both mayors face their share of criticism. Plante faces criticism for putting bikes and transit before cars. Critics believe that she is increasing congestion in the city and making life difficult for drivers.\nHidalgo has been criticised for her innefective policies and her government's general inefficiency.\nBut at least Montrealers and Parisians can admire the adorable friendship between the two leaders.