Meeting between EU Commissioner Ferreira and FinMin Hatzidakis focuses on European fund absorption and cohesion policy

Meeting between EU Commissioner Ferreira and FinMin Hatzidakis focuses on European fund absorption and cohesion policy

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A meeting with the European Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms Elisa Ferreira was held by the Minister for Economy and Finance Kostis Hatzidakis and Deputy Minister Nikos Papathanasis, CE Report quotes Athens-Macedonian

During the meeting, an overview of the progress of projects implemented under the National Strategic Reference Framework 2014-2020 (NSRF 2014-2020) was provided. It was noted that the absorption of European funds is expected to reach 100%. Additionally, Greece is among the pioneers in the execution of programs in the new period 2021-2027.

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