City Program began in 1956 when President Dwight D.
Eisenhower initiated the People-to-People Program. Today,
over 1283 U.S. cities are paired with over 2022
international cities in 126 different countries. San Diego
signed its first Sister City Agreement in 1957 with
Yokohama, Japan. Currently San Diego has 14 partners,
9 of which are located in the Pacific Rim.
Mazovia Province is proud to be San Diego's Sister City.
Located in central Poland, Warsaw & Mazovia Province has
a major role in the educational, cultural and political
lives of the Polish people. The Province is headquarters for
the Polish government, and has several important
universities and cultural centers. It has great economic
importance, as it is the financial center of Poland and is
linked to much of the country's industrial production.
Warsaw & Mazovia Province has played an important part
in making Poland's economy the fastest growing of any of the
former Eastern Bloc Countries.
The San Diego-Warsaw
& Mazovia Province Sister City Society's focus is on
cultural activities including art and film festivals,
business/trade conferences, scientific exchanges between
universities, and soccer tournaments.
Dr. Janusz Supernak, President
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