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Poland dissatisfied with Finland's new EU budget proposal

December 2nd, 2019

Poland is not satisfied with Finland's latest proposal of the 2021-27 EU budget, with contributions reduced to 1.07 percent of the Gross National Product of the EU's 27 members, Polish EU affairs minister, Konrad Szymanski, told PAP on Monday. The proposal is worse than last year's draft put forward by the European Commission (EC), the EU's executive body, which suggested a 1.114 pct GNP rate, according to a document that was leaked to the media on Monday. "The Finnish presidency's proposal still does not bring the European Union closer to an agreement on a multi-year EU budget for the coming years, to an extent that Poland and countries of its region expect," Szymanski told PAP, adding that the new European Council president, Charles Michel, will now face a bigger challenge, as he needs to foster a compromise on the matter next year.


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