During the EU’s seven-year financial period after 2020, the Cohesion Policy will remain the major bond of the EU, despite Brexit and increased EU spending on security issues, while the multi-speed EU, due to further deep integration of the Eurozone countries is inevitable, and some EU sanctions against Poland and Hungary are possible – those were the main talking points at the 7th Cohesion Forum of the highest-level EU officials in Brussels on June 26-27. The Cohesion Forum is held every three years to outline the strategic goals tackling regional economic disparities in the EU....
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