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Slovenia advocates strong cohesion policy in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, 5 March - Slovenia will most likely receive less EU cohesion funds after 2020 but compared to other member states it seems it will emerge from the 2021-2027 cohesion policy talks as a relative winner, Mateja Mahkovec of the Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy told an international conference in Croatia's Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Ministerial of the EU28 Friends of Cohesion group, discussing cohesion policy and structural reform after 2020.
Photo: Hina/STA

Dubrovnik, Croatia
Ministerial of the EU28 Friends of Cohesion group, discussing cohesion policy and structural reform after 2020.
Photo: Hina/STA

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