A record number of participants, including over 9,000 attendants, more than 1,000 speakers, more than 350 journalists from around Europe joined more than 300 sessions of the 2019 European Week of Regions and Cities, an annual four-day event where experts, academics and officials from region and city administrations across Europe met and exchanged best practices and information on regional and urban development. The event was organized by the European Committee of Regions and the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy (DG REGIO) and acted as a knowledge...
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