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MEXICO CITY, September 30 (Itar-Tass) —— Mayor of the Nicaraguan capital Daisy Torres and chairman of the Moscow city duma Vladimir Platonov signed last Thursday an agreement on cooperation in the field of culture and environmental protection, representative of the mayor’s office of the Nicaraguan capital for public relations Meiling Harkin reported from Managua answering ITAR-TASS questions.
Torres and Platonov signed an agreement which envisages, in particular, “the development of cultural ties between Managua and Moscow, as well as environmental protection and exchanges of experience in other spheres.” At the signing ceremony, the mayor of the Nicaraguan capital noted that the signed document “promotes the strengthening of ties of friendship and cooperation” between the two countries.
Daisy Torres presented the city symbolic keys to Vladimir Platonov. During the meeting, mayor of Managua and the head of the Moscow city duma discussed prospects for cooperation in different spheres, including transport and housing construction.