Sisterhood Agreement Meaning

[1] [6] In continental Europe, the most commonly used terms are “twin cities”, “twin towns”, “twin towns” and “friendly towns”. The European Commission uses the term “twin cities” and refers to the process as “town twinning”. [1] [6] Spain uses the term “ciudades hermanadas”, which means “twin towns”. Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic use the partner city (De) / miasto partnerskie (Pl) / partnerské město (Cz), which means “twin city” or “partner city”. France uses twin town (twinning, twin town or town), and Italy has gemellaggio (twinning) and comune gemellato (partner municipality). [7] In the Netherlands, the term “partnerstad or stedenband” (“urban loan” is proposed in case of mutual assistance). In Greece, the word αδελφοπίηηη (adelfopiisi – fraternity) was taken up. . . .