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Klus: Hungary, Poland could put drawing of EU funds in jeopardy

November 18th, 2020

The obstinacy shown by Hungary and Poland when it comes to vetoing the European Union's budget for 2021-27 as well as the coronavirus crisis-related recovery plan could put access to the money in jeopardy, Foreign Affairs Ministry State Secretary Martin Klus has said. "Even on November 17, we called on our Hungarian and Polish friends at the General Affairs Council (GAC) at least to stop blocking it if they can't come to terms with what has been painstakingly negotiated, as [other European] countries need the money," Klus said before a cabinet meeting on Wednesday, adding that if the two countries upheld their veto, it would be necessary to think about how the money from the recovery fund could be drawn by the rest of the EU member countries.


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