The steering group`s strategy helps SOC assess changes in infrastructure, regulation or technology and their impact on operations and formulates proposals that meet the soc objective of safety, resilience and efficiency of the operation of the energy system. The main tasks of the group are: this framework is based on European network codes and guidelines and their implementation, which involves the development of methods at regional or European level. It supports the creation of contractual agreements between all TMRs and the possible extension of their application by non-EU LRMs. the development and maintenance of the European operational framework, including through operating network codes/orientations, agreements and standards; Over the next three years, the key task of CSRs will be to fully implement 6-1 services (including non-binding critical grid services) within the framework of CACM, SOGL and NC ER, in order to take advantage of the benefits of enhanced regional coordination both in the market and in the operation of the system. In addition, the entry into force of the clean energy package will have an impact on the development of the RSC project and will have to be taken into account in the future. Analysis of relevant frequency differences for each synchronous area; Improving and maintaining network models and forecasting tools at the regional level; The ENTSO-E Regional Regional Group Continental Europe Synchronous Zone Framework (SAFA) replaces and replaces the 2005 Multilateral Agreement Operating Manual. It drafts the agreement on the implementation of synchronous zones in accordance with Article 118 of the guideline for the operation of the system, one of the eight European network codes and guidelines, and also includes the necessary arrangements between continental European TMMs that are not bound by EU law. The operations of the steering group contribute to the definition and updating of technical and operational rules, as well as to the development of proposals for harmonising operational procedures at the pan-European level, and thus promote operational coherence between regions and synchronous areas. A synchronous zone is a group of electrical installations connected to the same frequency and operating. ENTSO-E has five synchronous zones: continental Europe, the Nordic region, the Baltic Sea region, the British region, Ireland and Northern Ireland. Continental Europe is the largest with 26 countries.