EU Cohesion Funding For Central Europe Could Diminish

  • 24 Apr 2018 8:18 AM
  • Hungary Matters
EU Cohesion Funding For Central Europe Could Diminish
The European Commission’s draft 2021- 2027 EU budget, which will be released in May, plans to shift EU cohesion funding away from central and eastern Europe, to countries hit harder by the financial crisis, the Financial Times said.

Diplomats and officials expect the redirection of funds from CEE and the Baltic states to southern states such as Italy, Spain and Greece.

Photo: ec.europa.eu

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