STUDY CONCERNING GOOD-NEIGHBORLY RELATIONS AND STABILITY IN THE DANUBE SECTOR OF THE BLACK SEA BASIN (Cahul district, the Republic of Moldova; Reni territorial community, Ukraine; Galați county, Romania)

          The present study aims to review and analyze the elements of history, culture and civilization, common to the territorial administrative units of Reni, Galați and Cahul. It is these elements that have been and are the basis of good neighborly relations between the cohabiting communities in a region with distinct geographical features that define the unitary character of this area, despite the fact that the area can be divided on cultural, political, ethnic criteria, and so on. The good neighborhood is, along with the unitary geographical character, defined in this situation by the presence of the Danube River, the basis of coexistence of these communities and the main opportunity for cooperation to build a peaceful and prosperous future, based on mutually beneficial economic and social relations.

          This study was written and published within the project “Development and promotion of green tourism in the Danube sector of the Black Sea basin (Cahul district, Republic of Moldova; Reni territorial community, Ukraine; Galați County, Romania)” BSB 817 (ID PGA: 8721185816128) implemented by IDIS “Viitorul”, in partnership with Cahul District Council (Republic of Moldova), the Administration of Reni Territorial Community (Ukraine) and the “Lower Danube” University of Galați (Romania). The project is part of the Joint Operational Program “Black Sea Basin 2014- 2020”, co-financed by the European Union through the European Neighborhood Instrument, and by the participating countries: Armenia, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, Turkey and Ukraine.

          The general objective of the project is to develop and promote cross-border tourism opportunities in the Danube sector of the Black Sea basin (Cahul district, Republic of Moldova; Reni territorial community, Ukraine; Galați county, Romania).

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