For the purposes of Chapter II and Title V, the treatment of the Community, its Member States or Russia under the commitments made in the economic integration agreements is not taken into account. In order to contribute to the concrete implementation of the roadmap, the CPP for Justice and Home Affairs met on 13 October 2005 and agreed to organize conference and seminar groups bringing together experts and practitioners on the themes of counter-terrorism, cybercrime, document security and judicial cooperation. There was also a consensus on the development of enhanced cooperation between the European Border Agency (FRONTEX) and Russia`s Federal Border Management Service. CONSCIENTs of close cooperation in the field of environmental protection, taking into account the interdependence between the parties in this area, Russia`s role in the Ukrainian conflict and its illegal annexation of Crimea have seriously affected its relations with the EU. Many of the activities covered by the agreement have stalled and sanctions have been imposed. For the purposes of this agreement, an economic integration agreement is an agreement consistent with the principles set out in Article V of the General Agreement on Trade in Services. For all aspects of this agreement that cover areas other than service activities, this is an economic integration agreement in accordance with the principles of GATT Article XXIV on the creation of free trade or customs union zones. The agreement was concluded for an initial period of ten years and is renewed each year. In order to establish cooperation mechanisms within the framework of the VNESHECONOMBANK MP and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), VNESHECONOMBANK and the European Investment Bank (EIB) have signed the corresponding Memorandums of Understanding. The documents provide for the possibility of allocating the aggregate to up to $2 billion for PGP projects, provided they meet the criteria of financial institutions and are approved by the parties` authorized governing bodies. In 2009, Wprost reported that Russian military exercises involved a simulated nuclear attack on Poland.

[134] In June 2012, Russian General Nikolai Makarov declared that “cooperation between Finland and NATO threatens Russia`s security. Finland should not want to become a member of NATO, but preferably closer military cooperation with Russia. [135] Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen said at the time: “Finland will make its own decisions and do its best for Finland. These decisions are not left to the Russian generals. [135] In April 2013, Svenska Dagbladet reported that Russia had simulated a bomb attack on the Stockholm and southern Swedish region in March, using two us-22M3 Backfire heavy bombers and four Su-27 flanker combat aircraft. [136] A nuclear attack on Sweden was part of the training exercises. [137] Given the respective powers and powers of the Community and its Member States, civil cooperation in the nuclear sector is carried out, among other things, through the implementation of two thermonuclear fusion and nuclear safety agreements to be agreed between the parties. (2) Cooperation includes, among other things, the promotion of comprehensive cooperation between economists and senior officials to accelerate the transfer of information and know-how for economic policy development and the dissemination of policy research findings. DESERUX to promote cultural cooperation and improve the flow of information, this cooperation aims, among other things, to modernize and restructure the construction sector in Russia, in accordance with the principles of the market economy, taking due account of the health, safety and environmental aspects associated with it.