Twin cities of Korosten

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With great creative potential, a new approach to work, the Korosten City Council has a business partnership with twin cities and cities with which agreements on partnerships have been concluded both in the economic, social, cultural spheres, and in the exchange of experience of councils.

Sister cities and partnerships agreements were concluded with the cities of Svetlovodsk and Vladimir-Volynsky (Ukraine), Mozyr (Republic of Belarus), Noyabrsk (Russia), Krasnik (Poland), Aneniy Noy (Moldova).

In 1998, a cooperation agreement was signed between the Mozyr and Korosten city councils. An exchange of delegations is taking place between Korostensk and Mozyr city councils to study experience in issues of communal property, education, culture, medicine, and landscaping.

The cooperation, which has been going on for ten years, helps to adopt new and introduce into practice the work of the city council, and also helps to strengthen the economic, social and cultural ties of the twin cities.

Many issues of a socio-economic nature are resolved by the heads of the enterprises of the twin cities: joint participation in exhibitions and fairs of industrial goods (the company “Arsania” Korosten – OJSC Mozyr garment factory “Nadeks”), fulfillment of orders for the needs of enterprises in the city of Mozyr for the Korosten plant of chemical engineering, exchange of best practices of the Korosten plant of reinforced concrete sleepers and the Mozyr oil refinery and others.

Close cultural ties are maintained, creative meetings of amateur art groups from the city of Mozyr and the city of Korosten at holidays, competitions: the Mozyr folk song and dance ensemble “relative”, the children’s creative team “Paleskaya zorachka” (2002 in the city of Korosten), a concert of creative groups from the city of Korosten “Korosten Music”, dance ensemble “Vizavi” (2003 in the city of Mozyr, Belarus). Korostents took part in the international festival “Land under White Wings” (Minsk, Belarus, 2003).

The city community, the city council and its executive committee are actively looking for new forms of work that have provided a solution to both economic and socio-cultural problems. In 1999, a cooperation agreement was signed with the city of Noyabrsk (Russia), and in 2004 – an agreement on twinning and partnership relations with the city of Klobutsk (Poland). The twin cities exchanged delegations, maintain close cultural ties.

In 2005, a memorandum was signed on the development of relations and cooperation between Svetlovodsk and Korosten. Today business relations continue in various areas of social and economic direction. Business structures from Svetlovodsk intend to invest their investments and develop business in the city.

In 2006, a memorandum of cooperation in trade, economic and cultural areas was signed between the Anenii Noi district (Republic of Moldova) and the city of Korosten, and in 2007, having visited the Polish city of Krasnik, a delegation of Korostents headed by the mayor Vladimir Moskalenko signed between the communities of the two cities partnership agreement.

This important event was preceded by a protocol of intent, the terms of which stipulated that such an agreement would be concluded after a detailed study of the real interests of the inhabitants of both cities. The meeting was attended by the Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland and the Ambassador of Poland to Ukraine, burgomasters of neighboring cities, their deputies, representatives of the public and the Ukrainian diaspora living in the territory of the Lublin Voivodeship. A group of participants in amateur performances, which was part of the Korosten delegation, presented the Polesie region with a kind of creative program.

On September 3-6, 2019, Mayor Vladimir Moskalenko paid an official visit to Hangzhou (China), where an agreement on cooperation between twin cities was signed.

With great creative potential, a new approach to work, the Korosten City Council has a business partnership with twin cities and cities with which agreements on partnerships have been concluded both in the economic, social, cultural spheres, and in the exchange of experience of councils.

Sister cities and partnerships agreements were concluded with the cities of Svetlovodsk and Vladimir-Volynsky (Ukraine), Mozyr (Republic of Belarus), Noyabrsk (Russia), Krasnik (Poland), Aneniy Noy (Moldova).

In 1998, a cooperation agreement was signed between the Mozyr and Korosten city councils. An exchange of delegations is taking place between Korostensk and Mozyr city councils to study experience in issues of communal property, education, culture, medicine, and landscaping.

The cooperation, which has been going on for ten years, helps to adopt new and introduce into practice the work of the city council, and also helps to strengthen the economic, social and cultural ties of the twin cities.

Many issues of a socio-economic nature are resolved by the heads of the enterprises of the twin cities: joint participation in exhibitions and fairs of industrial goods (the company “Arsania” Korosten – OJSC Mozyr garment factory “Nadeks”), fulfillment of orders for the needs of enterprises in the city of Mozyr for the Korosten plant of chemical engineering, exchange of best practices of the Korosten plant of reinforced concrete sleepers and the Mozyr oil refinery and others.

Close cultural ties are maintained, creative meetings of amateur art groups from the city of Mozyr and the city of Korosten at holidays, competitions: the Mozyr folk song and dance ensemble “relative”, the children’s creative team “Paleskaya zorachka” (2002 in the city of Korosten), a concert of creative groups from the city of Korosten “Korosten Music”, dance ensemble “Vizavi” (2003 in the city of Mozyr, Belarus). Korostents took part in the international festival “Land under White Wings” (Minsk, Belarus, 2003).

The city community, the city council and its executive committee are actively looking for new forms of work that have provided a solution to both economic and socio-cultural problems. In 1999, a cooperation agreement was signed with the city of Noyabrsk (Russia), and in 2004 – an agreement on twinning and partnership relations with the city of Klobutsk (Poland). The twin cities exchanged delegations, maintain close cultural ties.

In 2005, a memorandum was signed on the development of relations and cooperation between Svetlovodsk and Korosten. Today business relations continue in various areas of social and economic direction. Business structures from Svetlovodsk intend to invest their investments and develop business in the city.

In 2006, a memorandum of cooperation in trade, economic and cultural areas was signed between the Anenii Noi district (Republic of Moldova) and the city of Korosten, and in 2007, having visited the Polish city of Krasnik, a delegation of Korostents headed by the mayor Vladimir Moskalenko signed between the communities of the two cities partnership agreement.

This important event was preceded by a protocol of intent, the terms of which stipulated that such an agreement would be concluded after a detailed study of the real interests of the inhabitants of both cities. The meeting was attended by the Ambassador of Ukraine to Poland and the Ambassador of Poland to Ukraine, burgomasters of neighboring cities, their deputies, representatives of the public and the Ukrainian diaspora living in the territory of the Lublin Voivodeship. A group of participants in amateur performances, which was part of the Korosten delegation, presented the Polesie region with a kind of creative program.

On September 3-6, 2019, Mayor Vladimir Moskalenko paid an official visit to Hangzhou (China), where an agreement on cooperation between twin cities was signed.

The business partnership and friendly ties of the residents of Korosten and the twin cities have found their concrete reflection in real affairs, in relations between communities and encourage creative approaches in solving socio-economic and cultural problems.

Partner cities of Korosten:

  • Svitlovodsk (Ukraine)
  • Volodymyr-Volinsky (Ukraine)
  • Mozir (Republic of Bilorus)
  • Noyabrsk (Russian Federation)
  • Krasnik (Poland)
  • Aneniy – Noy (Moldova)
  • Carlisle (Great Britain)
  • Sharv’є-Shavan (France)
  • Karmjoy (Norway)
  • Salekhard (Russian Federation)
  • Police (Poland)
  • Slov’iansk (Ukraine)
  • Golenjov (Poland)
  • Hangzhou (China)

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