Zelei requires American cities to "cut off" with Russian friendly cities

Zelei requires American cities to "cut off" with Russian friendly cities

Zelei requires American cities to "cut off" with Russian friendly cities

  US media: Zelei Sky Video participation, requiring American cities to "cut off" and Russian friendly cities [Global Network Reporter Zhao Jiandong] According to the New York Times, Ukrainian President Zelei Sky participated in Nevada on the 3rd in Nevada on the 3rd At the state of the U.S. Mayor held by the state, he accused the United States of several cities with Russia and friendly cities.

  It is reported that after the speech of the US Vice President Harris, Zerrenzki began to speak. He criticized Chicago, Jacksonville, Florida, Portland, Oregon, San Diego and San Jose, California, and San Jose. The relationship should be cut off, "What does the relationship with them bring you? Maybe nothing.

But they can say that Russia is not isolated.

"The New York Times said that Chicago announced earlier this year’s suspension of relationship with Moscow’s sister city, but it was not permanently terminated.

The two cities were concluded in 1997 as a sister city.

In addition, the local media of San Jose previously said that the city’s leadership decided to maintain a sister city with Russia’s Yekaterinburg. As of the 3rd, Portland, San Diego, and Jacksonville’s friendly city websites have also reserved relationships with Russian sisters’ cities. It is reported that many cities in the United States have friendly cities in other countries. Although this kind of friendly relationship is accompanied by business and political exchanges, this relationship is largely symbolic, and it is often managed by local non -profit organizations. At the meeting, Zelei said, "Don’t find any excuses, don’t maintain a relationship with Russia …" The New York Times said that Portland officials also mentioned a statement at the meeting that the statement required cities to not cut off the cities. Partnership with Russia. However, other cities in the United States have not comment on Zellezki’s remarks.