EU Task Force sees improvements in Greece, tends to damaged ties

PoliticsGreek Politics By: Nick Malkoutzis

The European Union Task Force for Greece noted on Tuesday “striking improvements” in the country’s absorption of structural and cohesion funding and an “accelerated pace of change” in public administration reforms.

In its latest activity report on its work in Greece, covering the April-September period, the Task Force also highlights the technical assistance it has provided, such as training 500 Greek tax officials in anti-money laundering techniques.

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