From 1 January 2021, Portugal will hold the presidency and chair the Council of the European Union, continuing the trio formed with Germany and Slovenia since June 2020. The joint trio-EU program will be primarily dedicated to the recovery of Europe and strengthening its resilience after facing an unprecedented crisis caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
For the six months of its EU Presidency, Portugal has identified three major priorities in line with the priorities of the Von der Leyen Commission:
Consequently, Portugal presented its five lines of action:
Would you like to have an overview of this new organisational setup? logos has updated its organisational charts of the EU leadership, including all the members of the Portuguese EU Presidency. Please find below the updated organisational chart for each top priority of the European Commission – “European Green Deal”, “Europe fit for the Digital Age” and “An Economy that Works for People” with #TheImplementers, the leading policymakers and officials of the three European institutions.
You can download the #TheImplementers charts individually below and in bulk here.