CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) — Cumberland now has a sister city in Estonia.

The Cumberland Times-News reports Cumberland Mayor Brian Grim and other city officials made Vilijandi Cumberland’s sister city Wednesday, sealing the deal over Skype.

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The paper says there had been a relationship between Estonia and Allegany County in the past, but it had not developed. A new Vilijandi mayor reached out to renew the relationship.

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Members of both groups said they hoped to arrange mutual visits in the future. Estonia is located on the Baltic Sea, 60 miles due south of Finland.

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