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Smaller cut for Poland under new proposed EU budget: report

17.02.2020 13:15
The European Union’s proposed long-term budget for 2021-2027 will include almost EUR 2 billion more for Poland than the European Commission's proposal from May 2018, the Rzeczpospolita daily has reported.
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But the paper said that under the plans Poland nevertheless stood to receive EUR 17 bn less from the bloc’s cohesion policy than under the current 2014-2020 budget.

European ministers were set to meet on Monday ahead of a special European Council meeting of the EU’s 27 member states in Brussels on Thursday to discuss the bloc’s seven-year budget.

Poland and 16 other European Union members strongly oppose plans to restrict the bloc’s cohesion and agricultural policies, Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said earlier this month.

The EU’s cohesion policy aims to support development in poorer member states and help equalise standards of living across the bloc.

(jh/pk)

Source: Rzeczpospolita