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Hyd, Montgomery to Ink Sister City Pact

Published: 11th November 2014 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th November 2014 06:02 AM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Hyderabad and Montgomery in USA would sign Sister City agreement. Officials of both the cities have expressed their desire to go on with the agreement to nurture benefit in education, economic and cultural spheres.

Rammohan Rao Konda, coordinator, Montgomery Sister City Committee, Mary land in the USA called on GHMC mayor M Majid Hussain and deputy mayor G Rajkumar in connection with Sister City signing ceremony which is scheduled to be held on November 14 in city .

The mayor and the deputy mayor interacted with the coordinator and briefed him about the various civic issues. Both of them expressed that it is an ideal platform to maintain cordial relations with other cities.

Rammohan Rao said that the Telugu community in Montgomery county is willing to sign the sister city with major Indian cities and Hyderabad has been chosen as sister city project.

He said that a delegation of around 50 including businessmen, educationists and community representatives will be visiting the city from November 12 to 17 for attending the sister city agreement ceremony. The mayor said that GHMC will coordinate with the delegates of Montgomery in making the ceremony a success.

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