National delegations  

​The national delegations are made up of CoR members from each of the 28 EU countries. They reflect the overall political, geographical and local/regional balance of each Member State.

The Council of the European Union officially appoints the CoR members, upon proposal of the Member States. 
 
Together, they form the 350-member CoR assembly which gathers in Brussels a few times a year to discuss political priorities and adopt opinions on EU legislation.
 
Each national delegation elects a chairman and appoints a coordinator. The coordinators' role is to liaise between the CoR administration and the members of their national delegation.
 
 
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