Union of the Baltic Cities (UBC)
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1991-09-20 Gdansk Poland
Created at founding conference, on signature of declaration of creation by 32 cities, when Statutes were adopted.
Develop cooperation and exchange among member cities; contribute to positive democratic, social, economic and environmentally friendly development of the Baltic Sea region for the benefit of the people living in Baltic cities; promote municipal cooperation in such domains as environmental protection, education, business youth contacts, communications and social affairs.
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General Conference (every 2 years); Executive Board; Working Commissions (7); Secretariat in Gdansk, headed by Secretary-General.
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