Current Affairs
Reform at MEUSAC to strengthen its services

MEUSAC, the agency responsible for consultation and dissemination of information on European Union policy, will be reformed. This was announced by Minister for European Affairs, Helena Dalli and Parliamentary Secretary for European funds, Aaron Farrugia.

They said that the reform is aimed at strengthening the agency’s structures to bring the European Union, its vision and benefits closer to the citizens. They added that the reform is being made at a crucial moment for the European block due to Brexit.

The Minister and Parliamentary Secretary said that MEUSAC will work to strengthen the services offered to non-governmental organisations, Local Councils and Government entities in providing assistance on European funds.

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