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Programme de travail 2021 de la Commission européenne: quelles nouveautés pour les montagnes ?

Agriculture, mobilité, Vision de Long Terme pour les Zones Rurales, haut débit et bien plus: en ce début d’année 2021, Euromontana a analysé le programme de travail annuel de la Commission européenne. Cet article vise à présenter les actions clés et le calendrier pour l’année à venir et à identifier les réglementations qui auront une incidence sur les zones de montagne ainsi que les actions pertinentes pour les membres du réseau.

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29 janvier 2021

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