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A cohesion report is produced by the European Commission every three years to report on progress towards achieving economic and social cohesion across the European Union. Enshrined in Article 159 of the Treaty, the report must be submitted to the European Parliament, Council of Ministers, Economic and Social Committee and Committee of the Regions.
The report assesses the socio-economic situation and outlook in all EU regions based on economic, social and territorial indicators. It also analyses the impact and contribution of the Member States' policies and activities, as well as those of the EU and other institutions, such as the European Investment Bank. The report may contain policy proposals, if desired.
Interim progress reports provide annual updates between each cohesion report.