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Preparations for Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 are already under way in Brussels and in the Member States. Be up-to-date with the political negotiations at the EU level and the development of the national programmes.
The European Commission is a key player in the field of Cohesion Policy. The Commission drafts legislative proposals, monitors the policy's implementation in the Member States and manages 0,25% of the Cohesion budget.
Together with the Council of the European Union, the European Parliament is the co-legislator of the EU. It plays a major role in defining the rules of the game and the budget for the Future Cohesion Policy.
In its capacity of co-legislator, the Council of the European Union is a major player. Understanding the future Cohesion Policy requires up-to-date information on the decisions adopted by the Ministers of the 27 Member States and the political decisions of the European Council.
The aim of the Task Force is to support Greek authorities in delivering the reforms part of the EU/IMF adjustment programme and to accelerate the absorption of Structural and Cohesion Funds. Progress in driving-up the use of EU funds is well under way.