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2011 | 14 | 1 | -
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IMPORTANT UNIFICATION OF THE CONTINENT TRANS FRONTIER COOPERATION IN EUROPE

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After biggest expansion in its history in 2004 and 2007, the external frontiers of the European Union have undergone significant changes. Regarding the eastern direction, the new linear boundaries coincide with the EU were still existing borders Central (Hungary, Slovakia, Poland), Baltic (Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia) and Balkan (Bulgaria, Romania) with Eastern European countries (Ukraine, Belarus, Russia). Thus, the relations of these states received a new quality of relations between subjects and non-subjects EU. 'What will bring the new eastern frontiers to the old Europe?' This question concerns many people. This is quite understandable, because the answer to it in many ways is security and economic well-being of many countries and peoples. Ultimately, the answer to this question depends on calm and the mood of many families on both sides of the border barrier. It identified two main historical laws of boundaries development and their cross-border flows. The first is defining the unity of their parties, openness and security. The second - depending on borders and cross-border flows on the level (scale and intensity) of economic, political, spiritual and other communications. All the time, the action of these laws has been controversial. But today their manifestations are more controversy than ever.
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  • Serhii Ustych, Institute for Trans frontier Cooperation, Ukraine
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