A group of independent cohesion policy experts led by former European Commission Vice President Siim Kallas from Estonia presented its final report for a simplified EU funds framework after 2020.
Although the achievements of the EU cohesion policy are undeniably positive, the current volume of rules does not always make life easy for local authorities managing EU funds or businesses looking to apply for EU funding, the work group has found. Simplification is therefore key and the European Commission should look into how to further simplify access to EU funds in the budget...
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