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Differences in law history, law culture, law sociology as well as differentiated domestic and international political backgrounds have to be taken into account in the project work in the particular partner countries. The contents and the implementation of the individual projects are substantially governed and influenced by this initial situation; insofar, it is expedient to classify the partner countries into regional country groups. Cross-border activities are increasingly implemented, aiming to support synergies, where this is suitable.
- New EU Member States since 2004: Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary
- New EU Member States since 2007: Bulgaria, Romania
- Accession candidates in South Eastern Europe: Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Turkey
- Other states in South Eastern Europe: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo
- New “Eastern Partnership”: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine
- Russian Federation
- Central Asia: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Tadzhikistan
- Further regional perspectives (Middle East): Iraq, Jordan
- North-Africa: Egypt, Tunesia
- Regional and multilateral activities