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European Union

Saxony is located at the heart of Europe. During the last enlargement round of the European Union in 2007, the Free State moved from a position at the edge of the Union into its centre. Saxony benefits greatly from the close cooperation with its immediate neighbours Poland and the Czech Republic. But the Free State also profits from the great variety of connections in all areas with other EU states.

Looking ahead

Saxony is a definitive factor within Europe. The Saxon state government and numerous representatives in Brussels work tirelessly on representing Saxony's interests within the EU. In the political arena, the Free State is active far beyond its own borders. But Saxony can also rely on many reliable partners in the areas of industry and culture throughout the European Union.

As a result, Saxony is contributing actively towards the economic, social, and cultural cohesion in Europe. The Free State promotes competition with other regions and supports learning exchange. Combining common interests will increase the chances of pushing through political objectives within the European Union.

The European Union

The European Union

Within the past 50 years, the European member states have grown progressively closer due to common agreements - both economically and politically.

Saxony and European Politics

Saxony and European Politics

Which are Saxony's focal points in terms of European politics? What positions does the Free State represent? And how does the EU support Saxony?

Saxony - Impact on Europe

Saxony - Impact on Europe

There are numerous possibilities for the Free State to actively take part in European politics - as part of Germany or directly in Brussels.

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