Stavanger – Norway

A twin city agreement was signed on 16/04/97 by Mayor Zvi Poleg The City of Stavanger is situated in the county of Rogaland. It was established on January 1st 1838 and merged with the villages of Hetland and Madla on January 1st 1965. Today the city hosts a population of 121,000 residents.

The origin of the name comes from the word “inlet” and is made of two words: staff and inlet, relating to the shape of the bay. The city is divided into seven counties: Hundvוg,Tasta ,Eiganes og Vוland , MadlaStorhaugHillevוgHinnaand is the capital of the metropolitan. The city is a combination of old and new influences, with the main industries being ship building, oil industry and fish industry.

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Batumi, Georgia

Batumi is a port city on the Black Sea coast of the Autonomous Republic of Ajaria, Georgia, and serves as its capital. The city is located about 20 kilometers from the Georgia-Turkey border. In the vicinity of Batumi there are citrus groves and tea fields.

Richmond Hill – Canada

The city has grown since the 90s thanks to the development of the medical industry and the high-tech industry and thus attracted many entrepreneurs. It also has a telescope - the second largest in the country.

Xiamen – China

The ties with the city of Xiamen began in 2007 and are ongoing continuously. Xiamen is a port city in Fujian Province and is considered one of the economic centers in Southeast Asia. The city has 3.5 million inhabitants.

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