The agreement will help establish friendship and cooperation between the two cities and will also help maintain regular contacts between the two governments. Kejriwal said: “It`s interesting to have a partner city agreement to build friendship and cooperation.” The Delhi government has signed a two-city agreement with the Moscow government for cooperation in various sectors, including education, tourism, transport and the environment. The Delhi government on Friday signed a two-city agreement with the Moscow government for cooperation in various areas, including environment, culture and education, for the next three years. “The agreement was signed by the Minister of the Moscow Municipal Government and the head of its international relations Sergei Cheremin and the Deputy Prime Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia,” he said in an official statement. On that occasion, Sisodia said that the agreement would further strengthen relations between the two cities. For his part, Cheremin said Delhi and Moscow were “great partners.” Delhi`s Deputy Prime Minister Manish Sisodia and Moscow Minister Sergey Cheremin signed the cooperation agreement in the fields of education, culture, health, e-governance, tourism and transport for three years. The agreement – Establishment of Friendship City Relationship – was signed between the Seoul Metropolitan Government (South Korea) led by Mayor Park Won Soon and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. New Delhi, November 8 (PTI) The Delhi government today signed an agreement with the Seoul city government to strengthen cooperation in the areas of e-governance, transport, climate change and the smart city. The agreement must now be approved by EU governments. PTI BUN CPB TIR Other areas of cooperation proposed by the agreement include: environment, culture and tourism, education, wastewater, waste management, public health and youth exchanges, among others.

. (This story was not edited by Business Standard employees and was generated automatically from a syndicated feed.) He also said that the two cities will actively collaborate in transportation management, tourism, health, among others. . . . . The two governments agreed to extend the twinning agreement by three years from 1 November in the areas of environmental protection and air quality, culture and tourism, health, education, sport, transport management and e-governance, he said. Press Trust of India New Delhi Updated November 8, 2017 21:57 EST 7.Melbourne (Australia) Friendship Agreement, Lord Mayor Clefdenshi, Delhi (June 3, 2008) “India and Russia are strategic partners for many decades,” he said. The Treasurer has taken note of the proposals and will work on them. 6. Yervan (Armenia) Governor of yervan (13 Sept.2008) Memorandum of Understanding for Extension for Twinning Agreement between Govt. of Delhi NCT and fukuoka prefectural government, Japan signed by Hon`ble Chief Minister, the Delhi government and the government of Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan on 16-01-2018 in New Delhi agreement establishing the agreement of the Govt Creation and Cooperation Agreement.