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Being in the very center of EU existence, regional development allows for EU regulations as well as its principal goals to be achieved fully and successfully. Nevertheless, it allows for decision-making processes to be decentralized and comprehensively adapted to regional needs and necessities with special devotion to economic and social well-being of the respective region. Research and adaptability, as well as constant analysis of laws and regulations are imperative elements of EU affairs with respect to regional concentration programs. As the “regional development strategy” represents a constantly changing spectrum of political and global trends, regulatory bodies of EU and their common principles have to be continuously submitted to change and improvement in order to maximize efficiency and productivity.