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Maryland Sister States Program

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Maryland Sister States Program

The award-winning Maryland Sister States Program was established in 1980 to provide a forum for the promotion of international cooperation and understanding. Through broad-based citizen participation in a wide variety of exchanges in areas of mutual interest, the Sister States Program offers countless opportunities to develop partnership around the world in art, culture, transportation, film, women's issues, business, education, health care, professional development, sports, law, and more.

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Active Sister State relationships

The Maryland Sister States Program currently includes 9 active relationships on five continents:

  • 1980 Anhui Province, China
  • 1981 Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
  • 1991 Gyeongsangnam-do, Korea
  • 1993 Leningrad Oblast/City of St. Petersburg, Russia
  • 1993 State of Jalisco, Mexico
  • 1993 Łódź Region, Poland
  • 1999 State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • 2007 Bong & Maryland Counties, Liberia
  • 2009 Harju County, Estonia
  • Sister Cities International membership

    Through partnership between U.S. and international communities, Sister Cities International and its members act as citizen diplomats building global cooperation at the municipal level, promoting cultural understanding and stimulating economic development.

    References

    Maryland Sister States Program Wikipedia


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