Foreign Relations

​​Agreements on cooperation with foreign cities


As of today, Krasnoyarsk City Administration has concluded protocols of intent and agreements on cooperation with the following foreign cities:

1999 - Heihe (China); 
2000 - Istaravshan (Uroteppa) (Tajikistan);
2001 - Mogilev (Belarus);
2002 - Sault Ste. Marie (Canada) and Daqing (China)
2003 - Harbin (China)Ulan-Bator (Mongolia) and Samarkand (Uzbekistan); 
2004 - Oneonta (United States); 
2005 - Qiqihar (China); 
2006 - Cremona (Italy); 
2009 - Unterschleissheim (Germany); 
2013 - Žilina (Slovakia);
2014 - Changchun (China);
2017 - Manzhouli (China)​;​
2019 - Minsk (Belarus)​.


Krasnoyarsk City Administration also collaborates with other administrative institutions, international organisations and national unions:


1. Asia Pacific Energy Research Center (APERC) (Tokyo, Japan);

2. Association of North East Asia Regional Governments (NEAR) (Pohang, Republic of Korea);

3. All-China Association of Sculptors (Harbin, China);

4Eurasia Section of the World Organization of United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) (Kazan, Russia);

5. Alaska-Siberia Research Center​ (Juneau​, USA);

6. Congress of Russian Americans (San-Francisco, USA);

7. The Consortium of Violinmakers "Antonio Stradivari" (Cremona, Italy);

8. The Municipality of the city of Krakow (Poland);

9. Goethe-Institut Nowosibirsk (Novosibirsk, Russia);

10. Society of Aichi for developing friendship and closer relations between Japan and Russia (Aichi Prefecture, Japan);

11. Solzhenitsyn Association of Russian language and literature study (Izmir, Turkey);

12The Society of the Japanese prisoners of war families members, perished at the territory of Krasnoyarsk in 1945-1950 (Japan);

13. Russian-Korean Friendship Society of Pyongyang (DPRK)​;

14. Pro Helvetia Moscow, Swiss Arts Council (Moscow, Russia);

15. LEGO Education Russia​ (Moscow, Russia);

16. Institut français de Russie (Saint Petersburg​, Russia)​;

17. Harbin zone for economic development (China)