The EU's Cohesion Fund supports less developed members of the Union to catch up with the more developed parts.
Many projects that were financed by this Fund were in the transportation field.
It includes large-scale projects such as a bridge in Croatia and a railway in Slovakia, and smaller projects such as new electric buses in Bulgaria.
In this podcast episode, we talk about the Cohesion Fund and how it can change urban mobility and transport.
Our guests are MEPs Tomislav Sokol and Andrey Novakov, Chair of the EPP Group's Cohesion Monitoring Group, both of whom are Members of the European Parliament's Committee on Regional Development.
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*This episode was recorded during the December plenary in Strasbourg