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Hungary open to compromise with EU to get recovery funds -PM aide

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Hungary is open to compromise with the European Commission to unblock its access to 7.2 billion euros. Hungary submitted its blueprint on how it would use EU grants to make its economy more environmentally friendly and high-tech after the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike the blueprints of most other countries, Hungary's has yet to receive approval.
Hungary open to compromise with EU to get recovery funds -PM aide
10 days ago·Hungary

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Hungary open to compromise with EU to get recovery funds -PM aide

Hungary is open to compromise with the European Commission to unblock its access to 7.2 billion euros ($7.57 billion) of EU recovery fund grants, a senior aide to Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday.

10 days ago·United Kingdom
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

Hungary open to compromise with EU to get recovery funds -PM aide

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Hungary is open to compromise with the European Commission to unblock its access to 7.2 billion euros ($7.57 billion) of EU recovery fund grants, a senior aide to Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday. Read full story

10 days ago·Malaysia
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IBTimes

Hungary Open To Compromise With EU To Get Recovery Funds -PM Aide

Hungary is open to compromise with the European Commission to unblock its access to 7.2 billion euros ($7.57 billion) of EU recovery fund grants, a senior aide to Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Thursday. Balazs Orban, political director for the Hungarian prime minister, told Reuters in an interview his country would welcome detailed recommendations from the EU executive on exactly what Budapest must change in its laws to get the EU funds fl…

10 days ago·United States
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