Budapest, March 18 (MTI) – Budapest and Poland’s Cracow are planning to become sister cities under a partnership agreement to be signed before the end of the year, Budapest Mayor István Tarlós announced on Friday.

Tarlós spoke at the opening of an exhibition presenting the two cities in the Middle Ages, organised at Budapest’s Military History Museum.

The exhibition was attended by Cracow Mayor Jacek Majchrowski, as well as presidents János Áder and Andrzej Duda, the chief patrons of the Hungarian-Polish exhibition.


The exhibition opening was part of a programme marking Hungary-Poland Friendship Day.


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