Political and economic relations between Russia and the European Union are a permanent fixture, with challenges and opportunities. Russia and the EU have common borders and neighbours, where Russian is spoken or known as a second language. Even within the European Union there are sizable Russian minorities, but Russian is not among the official languages of the EU.
In other words, there is potentially a huge “market” for factual and updated information about the European Union in Russian. There is now a new web site “EU Law” in Russian beginning to offer materials and articles in translation.
Students, businesses, politicians and citizens in Russia, the EU and in partner countries can find information here:
I wish the new “EU Law” site in Russian success in bridging the information gap.