Poland will obtain a EUR 5.1-billion advance on EU recovery funding as it is among 13 EU countries whose amended National Recovery Plans have been approved by the ECOFIN Council, PAP has been told by an EU source.
The European Commission (EC) has issued a positive opinion regarding Poland's amended National Recovery Plan (KPO), paving the way for the pay-out of more than a EUR 5-billion advance from the bloc's post-pandemic recovery fund, the funds ministry has said.
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Donald Tusk, the leader of Poland's main opposition grouping, the centrist Civic Coalition (KO), has said that the day after the general election, he will travel to Brussels and unblock the country's post-pandemic recovery funding.
The Polish government’s spokesman has suggested that Poland will get access to billions of euros in EU post-pandemic recovery funds after the October 15 elections.
Polish Constitutional Tribunal (TK) has postponed until September 7 a sitting seen as key to bringing Poland closer to finally receiving EU post-pandemic money within the framework of its national recovery plan (KPO).
Poland's Constitutional Tribunal (TK) has postponed Wednesday's hearing on an amendment to a Supreme Court law, which is key to the EU unlocking post-pandemic recovery funds for Poland.
Mateusz Morawiecki, the Polish prime minister, has said that he is "cautiously optimistic" about Poland accessing EU post-pandemic funding.
Two German MEPs, Daniel Freund and Fritz Koerner, are largely responsible for the EC's decision to block post-pandemic recovery funding for Poland on rule-of-law grounds, the German Der Spiegel weekly has revealed.
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