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Donald Tusk, leader of Poland's main opposition party, Civic Platform (PO), has said he hopes the European Commission (EC)'s acceptance of the country's recovery plan heralds a new and positive relationship between Warsaw and Brussels.
The European Commission (EC) is set to give the green light to Poland's post-Covid National Recovery Plan (KPO) as there is political consent within the EU's executive arm to launch the plan, the minister of economic development and technology has said.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that it is necessary to prepare a recovery plan for Ukraine, and added that it should be co-financed by the richest European countries.
The Polish prime minister has said that the chances of a deal being struck with the European Commission (EC) over Poland’s National Recovery Plan (KPO) have improved slightly.
According to the IMF, the Polish economy will grow by 4.5 percent in 2022, but added that Poland should resolve its disputes with the EU and improve public investment efficiency.
Poland is prepared to present a plan to liquidate the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court, but only once an agreement has been reached with the European Commission over its post-pandemic National Recovery Plan, the government spokesman has said.
Donald Tusk, the leader of the European People's Party (EPP) and of Poland's main opposition party, Civic Platform, has attributed Poland’s failure to secure EU pandemic recovery funds to the actions of top politicians from the ruling Law and Justice party.
The spokesman for the Polish government has said he had lost some optimism about Poland getting EU recovery funding soon as "some EU politicians have radicalised" their conflict with Warsaw over judicial reforms.
The European Commission (EC) is acting illegally by delaying the acceptance of Poland's post-pandemic National Recovery Plan, the Polish government's spokesman claimed on Monday.