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State Committee for Land Resources, Geodesy and Cartography. National Atlas of Belarus. Minsk 2002; State Committee for Natural Resources. Integrated Atlas of Ukraine. Kyiv 2005; Moscow Ethnographic Institute, 1995 in Marin C. Atlas des minorités européennes. Paris 2005; Rekacewicz P. in Atlas du Monde Diplomatique, Paris 2006.
Uploaded on Friday 17 Feb 2012
Peoples of Eastern Europe
Viktor Novikov, UNEP/GRID-Arendal
Despite common borders and many similarities, the three countries of Eastern Europe do not constitute a region in the sense of political community. Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine have not yet developed visible capacity and projects for regional integration.