The Republic of Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine are the only countries of the former Soviet Union to have signed Association Agreements with the European Union. In doing so they committed to respect the essential elements of these Agreements, among which democratic principles, human rights and freedoms. Moreover, all these three countries are members of the Council of Europe. The aim of this essay is, therefore, to verify whether the interaction with the aforementioned organizations has conditioned - or still conditions - the choices made by these States in terms of legal instruments adopted to prevent and reduce the spread of the new coronavirus-Covid19.

Le risposte alla circolazione di Covid-19 negli Stati del Partenariato Orientale che hanno concluso accordi di associazione con la UE / C. Filippini. - In: DPCE ONLINE. - ISSN 2037-6677. - 2020:2(2020 Jul 07), pp. 1943-1961.

Le risposte alla circolazione di Covid-19 negli Stati del Partenariato Orientale che hanno concluso accordi di associazione con la UE

C. Filippini
2020

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The Republic of Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine are the only countries of the former Soviet Union to have signed Association Agreements with the European Union. In doing so they committed to respect the essential elements of these Agreements, among which democratic principles, human rights and freedoms. Moreover, all these three countries are members of the Council of Europe. The aim of this essay is, therefore, to verify whether the interaction with the aforementioned organizations has conditioned - or still conditions - the choices made by these States in terms of legal instruments adopted to prevent and reduce the spread of the new coronavirus-Covid19.
Moldova; Georgia; Ukraine; Covid-19; State of Emergency
Settore IUS/21 - Diritto Pubblico Comparato
7-lug-2020
http://www.dpceonline.it/index.php/dpceonline/article/view/990/964
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