Intermunicipal relations of Omsk City

 

Angarsk

On 6 August, 2011 at the meeting of Mayor of Omsk City V. Shreyder with Head of Angarsk City L. Mikhailov the Protocol on cooperation between the cities was signed.

Angarsk is a young Siberian city. The distance from region center Irkutsk to Angarsk is 50 km. The distance from the Lake Baikal is 117 km.

Angarsk takes the third big city of Irkutsk region. Its territory is 209 sq. km. Population of Angarsk is 247.9 thousand people which are 10.2% of the population of Irkutsk region.

The project of the city plan was made by Leningrad architects. Owing to the efforts of designers Angarsk has developed into one of the most beautiful cities of Russia. Angarsk was declared to be the most comfortable city of Russia twice in 2005 and 2008.

www.angarsk-goradm.ru

Bratsk

In order to broaden trade-economical cooperation and to develop cultural relations between Omsk and Bratsk cities the Protocol on cooperation was signed at the meeting of Mayor of Omsk City V. Shreyder with Mayor of Bratsk K. Klimov on 6 August, 2011.

Bratsk is situated in the centre of Eastern Siberia at the crossing of the most important communications (railway, water, automobile, aviation, information). Life of the modern Bratsk is closely connected with the building of hydroelectric plant which has been one of the largest producers of hydroelectric power in Russia.

Today Bratsk is a modern, dynamically developing city having a large number of industrial resources and developed infrastructure. The population of the city is about 250 thousand people.

Bratsk serves as a very important fort of exploration of Northern areas of Eastern Siberia and Far East.

www.bratsk-city.ru

 

Bryansk

In order to establish the official relations and mutually beneficial trade and economic contacts between Omsk City and Bryansk City the Protocol on cooperation was signed on 31 July, 2010.

Bryansk founded in 985 is an administrative center of the Bryansk region.

The city population is 411.8 thousand people (it takes the 41 place among Russian cities).

Bryansk is a large railway junction and industrial center. The basic industries are metal-fabricating industries. Chemical, electro technical and electronic, woodworking, textile, and food industries are also developed .

www.bryansk032.ru

 

 

Gorno-Altaisk

On 31 July, 2010 for the purpose of trade and economic cooperation development it was signed the Protocol on cooperation between Omsk City and Gorno-Altaisk City.

Gorno-Altaisk is the capital of the Altai Republic. It was founded in 1830 as a settlement of Ulala, the city status was granted in 1928.

The city population amounts to 56 thousand people.

Nowadays Gorno-Altaisk is a city where the main cultural, scientific and economic potential of Gorny Altai is concentrated.

www.gornoaltaysk.ru

 

Kaliningrad

On 6 June, 2000 the Agreement about trade-economical, scientific and cultural relations between Administration of Omsk City and City Hall of Kaliningrad City was signed. To stir up relations between cities and to switch to new level the Agreement about trade-economical, scientific and cultural relations between cities was signed again on 1 July, 2006.

Kaliningrad City was established on 4 July, 1946. The population is about 425,000 people. It is an administrative, industrial and cultural center of Kaliningrad Oblast. The City is a Russian open gate to West Europe. It is one of the biggest transport networks, center of exchange in a sphere of goods, technology, and investment.

www.klgd.ru

 

Krasnoyarsk

By the signing of Protocol on cooperation between Krasnoyarsk and Omsk cities finished the meeting of Omsk city Mayor V. Shreyder and the First Deputy Head of Krasnoyarsk city V. Tchasovitin.

Krasnoyarsk of nowadays is an administrative centre of Krasnoyarsk Krai, large industrial, transport, scientific and cultural center of Eastern Siberia. The population is 979.3 thousand people as of 01.01.2011.

For historical reasons there’s a multi-sector economy structure (12 basic economy activity categories). Along with traditional industrial sectors like metal, power, and engineering industries it’s been more dynamic developed construction industry, service sphere, education and healthcare spheres, technology and ideas production, particularly in social sphere, which let the city have a leading position and develop its investment opportunities.

www.admkrsk.ru

 

Nizhnevartovsk

In order to extension of trade-economical cooperation and development of human aspects, the Protocol on cooperation was signed between Omsk and Nizhnevartovsk cities.

Nizhnevartovsk is Russian city, administrative center of Nizhnevartovsk region in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra. The city is located beside the Samotlor oil field along the bank of the Ob River. It is one of the largest centers of Russian petroleum industry.

Since the 1960s, the Western Siberian oil boom led to Nizhnevartovsk's rapid growth from a small settlement to the modern and comfortable city.

Population: 274 575 people. It is the second largest city in Okrug, and one of the few cities in Russia that exceeds both the population and tourist potential of the administrative center of its federal subject (Khanty-Mansisk). It is one of the most safety cities in Russia.

www.n-vartovsk.ru

 

Novosibirsk

On 5 June, 2001 the Agreement of trade-economical, scientific and cultural relations between Administration of Omsk City and City Hall of Novosibirsk City was signed. To stirring up partnership between Omsk and Novosibirsk the Agreement between Administration of Omsk City and City Hall of Novosibirsk City was signed on 5 August, 2006.

Novosibirsk City was established in 1893. The population is about 1,400,000 people. It is an industrial, scientific, cultural center and the biggest transport Russian hub.

It is home of Representative Office of the President of the Russian Federation in the Siberian Federal District, regional offices and departments of Siberia such as railway, inland water transport, aviation, hydrometeorological service, geology, science and culture, eparchy, etc. The major branches of industry are: machine-building and metal-working, power industry, food industry, ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, production of construction materials, light industry, medical and chemical industries, woodworking and printing industries.

It is a home of head quarter of inter regional association “Siberian Agreement” (includes 19 regions of the Asian part of Russia) and of executive board of Association of Siberian and Far-Eastern Cities. According to the Presidential Ukase dated 13 May, 2000 Novosibirsk City was elevated to the rank of Main Siberian City, center of Siberian Federal District including 16 regions of the Russian Federation.

www.novo-sibirsk.ru

 

 

Penza

As a result of the meeting of Mayor of the city of Omsk V. Shreyder with deputy head of the administration of the city of Penza A. Makarov there was the Protocol on cooperation between Omsk City and Penza City signed on 31 July, 2010.

The city, founded in 1663, is an administrative, industrial and cultural centre of Penza region.

The population of the city amounts to 510.1 thousand people.

The economic potential of the city is characterized by such strong points as advantageous economic-geographical location and powerful transport system; the developed machinery and high-technology manufactures; high business activity; home energy production; the developed food industry, including drinks production.

www.penza-gorod.ru

 

Simferopol

With a view to establish a partnership and to develop collaboration in economical, social, cultural, scientific, public health, and educational spheres the Protocol of Intention to set up partnership relations between Omsk City and Simferopol City was signed on 4 August, 2008.

Simferopol being set up in 1784. Simferopol is located in the south-central part of the Crimean peninsula on the Salhir River. The city's population is 340,600. Simferopol is an important transport, administrative, economical, and cultural centre of republican importance. The main branches of industry are machine-building, food and light industries.

simadm.ru

Stavropol

Stavropol is administrative, cultural, business and industrial center of Stavropolsky Krai. In 2013 the population of city district Stavropol was 412 315 people.

Stavropol is one of the greenest cities of Russia. What is special about the city it’s that forest area borders urban area.

The main industries in Stavropol city’s industry structure are machine building and radio electronics. Food industry in value terms makes up 35% of total volume of industrial products produced by the city.

Partner relations between Omsk and Stavropol were officially confirmed by the Agreement on trade-economic, scientific-technological and humanitarian-cultural cooperation in September, 2013.

www.stavadm.ru

 

Surgut

On December 6, 2017 as a result of trade-economical mission of Omsk official and business men the Protocol of intention between Omsk and Surgut cities was signed.

Surgut is an administrative center of Surgut District in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, Russia. It is the largest city of this Okrug, the second in Tyumen region.

It is one of the few cities in Russia to be larger than the administrative center of its federal subject in terms of population, economic activity, and tourist traffic. In 2011 it took the third place in the list of the richest cities of Russia, being ahead of Saint Petersburg.

One of the most powerful combined heat and power plants of the world – GRES-1 and GRES-2 – work in Surgut.

Population: 360 590 people.

www.admsurgut.ru

 

Ulan-Ude

The signing of the Agreement on bilateral cooperation between the city of Ulan-Ude and the city of Omsk on 31 July, 2010 was the start of the partner liaisons between our cities.

Ulan-Ude (from the Buryat language is translated as "Red River") is the capital of the Buryat Republic, situated in Eastern Siberia. It was founded in 1666 on the confluence of the Uda River and the Selenga River as a Cossack wintering settlement.

The population of Ulan-Ude City is 397.5 thousand people.

Nowadays Ulan-Ude is the large transport hub connecting Transbaikal with Mongolia, China and the Far East of Russia.

The economic development of the Ulan-Ude City is based on the industrial complex enterprises which produce more than 70% of the industrial output of the Buryat Republic.

www.ulan-ude-eg.ru

 
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Chelyabinsk

To set up partnership between cities on 11 November, 2002 the Agreement of collaboration between Administration of Omsk City and Administration of Chelyabinsk City was signed.

Chelyabinsk City was established in September, 1736. The population is about 1,000,000 people. It is a well developed South-Ural center of metallurgical, manufacturing, textile and clothing industries, production of foodstuffs, leather and wood processing.

www.cheladmin.ru