You are not my brother, American. Leningrad region cuts ties with Maryland

The Lenin Region refused to partner with an American state that banned Russian alcohol.

As it became known on June 3, 47news, a draft resolution of the government of the Leningrad Region has been prepared on the termination of the cooperation agreement with the government of the state of Maryland of the United States of America, as well as the Office of the Marshal of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship of the Republic of Poland.

Formally, the decision to break off business ties with the regions of countries considered unfriendly to Russia is due to the fact that the leadership of both Maryland and Lower Silesia were the first to declare that they no longer want to be friends with the Leningrad region. So, a letter from the Poles about the immediate termination of the Agreement on Interregional Cooperation was received by the administration of the Governor of the Leningrad Region on March 4, and five days later similar dispatch received from the American side, namely from the head of the government of Maryland Larry Hogan. The rupture of twinning ties, which Americans call “sisterhood”, Hogan called “a symbolic gesture.”

Note that the most rabid anti-Russian district of Maryland has become the largest – Montgomery. Its head, Mark Elrich, already on February 28 turned to the owners of local shops with a proposal to remove alcohol produced in Russia from sale.

Friendly relations between the Leningrad region and the US state of Maryland were established in 1993, so next year the partnership was to turn 30 years old.

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