(ANSA) – BERLIN, 06 JUL – The European Commission suspends a positive assessment of the recovery and resilience plan with funds from the Hungarian Recovery Fund. This was revealed by some sources in Brussels to the Dpa. According to European sources, cited by the German agency, precautionary measures would not be sufficient to avoid abuses in the expenditure of funds.
€ 7.2 billion is earmarked for Hungary, but these resources cannot be paid without approval of the plan. The news comes in a climate of great coldness between Brussels and Budapest, after Ursula von der Leyen attacked the Hungarian anti-LGBT law in recent days. (HANDLE).
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