(Watch) A city in the Netherlands is officially ending its sister city relationship with a Polish town that had recently declared itself an LGBT-free zone. The town council in Nieuwegein decided it could no longer partner with Pulawy and announced it was severing its friendship relations with the homophobic town. For its part, the city of Pulawy in southeastern Poland seems little concerned about the international equivalent of being unfriended. In fact, town officials care little what anyone thinks of their LGBT-free declaration. 'Poland is Poland, with its own identity, its own history and its own ideas,' Bozena Krygier, president of the Pulawy town council, said.