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Lyubov Shishelina

Doctor of History, Head of Vishegrad centre at the RAS Institute of Europe, Head of Central and Eastern Europe studies department, RIAC expert

The Eastern Partnership policy that triggered the Ukrainian crisis has provided ample opportunity to reflect on Russia–EU relations, alongside with evaluating cooperation between Russia and the Visegrad Group countries (also called the Visegrad Four or V4). The Visegrad Four have taken on responsibility for the eastward enlargement of the European Union having become its members.

The Eastern Partnership policy that triggered the Ukrainian crisis has provided ample opportunity to reflect on Russia–EU relations, alongside with evaluating cooperation between Russia and the Visegrad Group countries (also called the Visegrad Four or V4).

The Visegrad Four have taken on responsibility for the eastward enlargement of the European Union having become its members.

Authors:

L. N. Shishelina, Dr. of History (Lead Author and Compiler); A. V. Drynochkin, Dr. of Economics; L.S. Lykoshina, Dr. of History; Y.A. Scherbakova, Ph.D. in History

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