Institutional and legal framework of cooperation between Ukraine and neighbouringcountries was created in early 1990s. By now, many of the instruments are outdatedand should be revised to face the challenges of geopolitical transformations in theregion and political processes within the states.
Although Ukraine has concluded cooperation agreements with all the neighbouringstates, many sensitive issues still remain on the bilateral agenda. The spectrum rangesfrom border demarcation and national minorities to national and energy security.Ten different neighbours – Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Georgia, Moldova, Poland,Romania, Russia, Slovakia and Turkey – different challenges; ten young authors –different views, but a common view on the need for comprehensive approach.
The Publication by Representation of Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Ukraine