EU Council under Belgian presidency to focus on digital policy

09/01/2024 | EURACTIV

The incoming Belgian presidency of the Council of the European Union has proposed changing the internal structure of the EU institutions in order to prioritise digital policy. Currently, the Council is divided into over 150 working parties. However, the Council's internal structure is not adequately placed to deal with digital matters. Among four options to restructure the institutional setup, the Belgian presidency is considering establishing a new working party that would focus on "international topics in a specific working party we could allow for the mainstreaming of digital topics into EU foreign policy."

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