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Since the early 1990s, all of the countries in Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia (EECCA) have taken measures to establish transboundary water cooperation. Many have joined international conventions and agreements in this area and/or have entered into new bilateral and multilateral agreements and established joint bodies to facilitate transboundary water cooperation. Efforts to develop new agreements and joint bodies in EECCA are occurring in several basins. However, a number of transboundary water bodies in EECCA countries are not covered by agreements, and in some cases existing agreements and joint bodies do not effectively address current challenges. This publication is intended to facilitate the establishment and improve efficiency of joint bodies in the region.

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