European Commission has published Revised Action Plan of the EU Strategy for the Danube Region which provides a cooperation framework for the 14 EU and non-EU participating countries, including new strategic actions for EU policy implementation.
All PA 8 stakeholders actively contributed in drafting this document.
Commissioner for Cohesion and Reforms, Elisa Ferreira commented: “Cooperation is at the essence of Cohesion Policy, which is at the heart of the European project. More than ever today, we need to reinforce the cooperative approach when solving issues that know no borders, such as the coronavirus pandemic. The revised Action Plan of the Danube macro-regional strategy, which celebrates 10 years in 2020, comes into force at a perfect time for the countries involved to cooperate in tackling the economic consequences of this crisis.”
Source: European Commission