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MNI BRIEF: Hungary Letter Offers Hope Of NGEU Funds Approval

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EU hopeful latest Budapest correspondence offers hope of resolution over budget/NGEU issues

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The Hungarian government has submitted proposals to the EU Commission to resolve its dispute with the EU over protection of the EU budget issues, a move which holds out hope of a resolution to the spat and also EU approval of the country’s NextGenerationEU national recovery plan.

A Commission spokesperson said that that the EU executive agency now had a month to thoroughly analyse the Hungarian proposal and decide next steps. (See MNI: NGEU Dilemmas Loom Over Hungary, Italy – EU Sources)

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The Hungarian government has submitted proposals to the EU Commission to resolve its dispute with the EU over protection of the EU budget issues, a move which holds out hope of a resolution to the spat and also EU approval of the country’s NextGenerationEU national recovery plan.

A Commission spokesperson said that that the EU executive agency now had a month to thoroughly analyse the Hungarian proposal and decide next steps. (See MNI: NGEU Dilemmas Loom Over Hungary, Italy – EU Sources)

Keep reading...Show less