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The Palace of Culture and Science will be illuminated again today in white, red and white, and an opposition Belarusian flag will appear on the mast of the Warsaw City Hall as a symbol of solidarity with Belarus.
The presidents of Bratislava, Budapest, Prague and Warsaw signed the Pact of Free Cities in the Hungarian capital. They pledged in it to defend democratic values and collectively seek European subsidies directly for their local government bodies.
On 16 November we celebrate International Day of Tolerance. Today, the mayors of Polish and foreign cities have made their special call for respect for the principles of equality and tolerance towards minorities and discriminated groups.
The Capital entered the celebration of the International Day of Solidarity with Belarus in response to an urgent appeal by Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, leader of the Belarusian opposition, to the leaders of the European Union and the USA
Cities are at the forefront of the fight against climate change, therefore additional funding for projects that have a direct impact on the quality of life of citizens is essential. The Presidents of the Pact of Free Cities delivered the common statement of the representatives of European cities in Brussels.