Matthieu Grosch

TEN-T Coordinator for the Orient-East Med Corridor
European Comission/DG Move, Belgium

Mr Mathieu Grosch was born on 14 September 1950, in Eupen, Belgium. Mr Grosch was appointed European Coordinator for the TEN-T Orient/East- Med Corridor on 1 July 2014.
Previous assignments
2009-2014: EPP Coordinator in the Committee on Transport and Tourism
2009-2014: Member of the Delegation for Relations with the Korean Peninsula
2009-2014: Substitute of the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs
2007-2014: Substitute of the Delegation for Relations with Japan
1996-2014: Member of the Board of Bierset-Liège Airport
1994-2014: Member of the Committee on Transport and Tourism of the European Parliament
1994-2014: Member of the European Parliament, Member of the EPP bureau
2004-2009: Substitute of the Committee on Regional Development
2004-2009: Member of the Delegation to the EU-Mexico Joint Parliamentary Committee
2002-2004: Substitute of the Delegation to the EU-Cyprus Joint Parliamentary Committee
1999-2004: Substitute of the Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs
1999-2004: Member of the Committee on Regional Policy
1999-2004: Member of the Delegation to the EU-Romania Joint Parliamentary Committee
1999-1999: Member of the Delegation to the EU-Slovenia Joint Parliamentary Committee
1997-1999: Vice-Chair of the Committee on Budgetary Control
1997-1999: Member of the Delegation for Relations with Slovenia
1995-1997: Member of the Delegation to the EU-Czech Republic Joint Parliamentary Committee
1994-1999: Substitute of the Committee on Regional Policy
1994-1995: Member of the Delegation for Relations with the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic and Slovenia
1994-1994: Member of the Committee on Development and Cooperation
1994-2014: Member of the European Parliament
1991-2012: Mayor of Kelmis
1990-1994: Chairman of Council, German-speaking Community
1986-1994: Member of Council, German-speaking Community
1986-1990: Minister for Social Affairs, Sports and Youth, German-speaking Community
1985-1986: Member of the Provincial Council, Province Liège
1984-1986: Advisor to the Prime Minister of the German-speaking Community, Joseph Maraite
1981-1983: Advisor to the Prime Minister of Belgium, Wilfried Martens