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The Delhi government today signed a twin city agreement with the Seoul Metropolitan Government for strengthening cooperation in the fields of e-governance, transportation, climate change and smart city. The agreement - Establishment of Friendship City Relationship - was signed between Seoul (South Korea) Metropolitan Government led by Mayor Park Won Soon and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Speaking on the occasion, Kejriwal said, "It is interesting to have a twin city agreement to establish friendship and cooperation." Other areas of cooperation that the agreement proposes are - environment, culture & tourism, education, waste water, solid waste management, public health and youth exchange among others. The agreement now needs the Union government's approval to come into effect.
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