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    Intrenational cooperation of the city of Kragujevac

    The city of Kragujevac has special relations with many foreign cities established by various agreements and charters during past four decades. The city joined the worldwide Association of the twin cities which is under the patronage of the United Nations by signing the first agreement in 1967.

    The Twin City Agreement is signed with undermentioned cities:
    • Suresnes, France, dates from 1967,
    • Pitesti, Romania, signed in 2001 three decades after The Cooperation Protocol,
    • Bydgszosc, Poland, The Twinning Charter signed in 1971,
    • Foca, Republic of Srpska, signed in 1975,
    • Ohrid, FYR Macedonia, signed in 1977,
    • Bielsko-Biala, Poland, signed The Twinning Charter in 2002, earlier 1977 the Cooperation Protocol,
    • Reggio Emillia, signed in 2004,
    • Mogilev, Belarus, signed in 2006.

    The Agreement of Friendship and Cooperation with:
    • Carrara, Italy, singned in 1975,
    • Trencin, Slovakia, was concluded in 1976,
    • Mostar, Federation of BiH, in 1976.
    There is very distinctive concurrence with the city of Ingolstadt, likewise the city of Hannover. Subsequently to the city of Springfield initiative, the Sister City Agreement was signed in 2002. Other partner cities are: Sin-Can (Korea), Bat-Yam (Israel), Drama (Greece), Opola (Poland), and Karlovac (Croatia).

    The city of Kragujevac is a member of the International Association Peace Messenger Cities that is dedicated to promotion of peace and understanding between nations.

    United Nations Peace Messenger Cities gathers the cities around the world that have volunteered for an initiative sponsored by the United Nations to promote peace and understanding between nations. The International Association of Peace Messenger Cities was established in 1988 and now administers the programme according to the statute of the Association and criteria for membership. The movement began in the International Year for Peace, 1986, when 62 cities were chosen from among thousands.
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