Šefčovič recommended for EU commissioner post

Coordinators have unanimously approved Slovakia's nominee for the post.

Maroš ŠefčovičMaroš Šefčovič (Source: TASR)

It is very probable that Maroš Šefčovič will sit in the European Commission again.

His September 30 grilling in the European Parliament (EP), where he presented his priorities for the following five years in a 15-minute speech, was successful. The information was confirmed to the TASR newswire by unnamed EP sources.

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Coordinators, who are the chairpersons of committees and the representatives of political factions within them, from the Committee on Constitutional Affairs (AFCO) and the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI), unanimously embraced the nomination of Šefčovič as vice president of the European Commission for Interinstitutional Relations and Strategic Outlook.

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