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EU Rules on Judicial Cooperation with Russia and Ukraine in Civil and Commercial Matters

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This chapter analyzes the legal deficiency of the status quo and purports to find ways of improving judicial cooperation between the EU and CIS countries in the future. It approaches the topic from the perspective of the European Union. The chapter presents a brief overview of EU legislation on cross-border judicial cooperation. It discusses the relevance of this EU legislation for third countries such as Russia and Ukraine. The chapter outlines the steps the EU has proposed or might propose to Russia and Ukraine with a view to improving judicial cooperation. Finally, it deals with some issues which might get in the way of closer judicial cooperation between the EU and Russia or Ukraine.

Keywords: CIS countries; EU rules; judicial cooperation; legal deficiency; Russia; Ukraine



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