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  • 2nd April 2019 - 15:47 GMT

CEMR: Cohesion Policy

Towns and regions applaud European Parliament’s decisions to maintain budget and urge Member States to follow.
If the next cohesion policy budget is lower than the current one, Europe’s towns and regions say they would face great difficulties, such as investing in infrastructure or addressing climate change and migration.

These concerns were addressed by the European Parliament on 27 March as it adopted the report on the European Regional Development Fund and Cohesion Fund, thereby supporting the continuation of the current cohesion policy budget for the next seven years.

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