TALLINN - The government reached an agreement on Feb. 25 about the European Union Cohesion policy funds’ implementation plan for the years 2014–2020, when 5.9 billion euros will be distributed, reports Public Broadcasting. The plan of distributing funds will now be submitted to the European Commission for official processing and if need be, the start of negotiations.“Budgetary talks were very successful for Estonia and the whole of Europe. Estonia gets 5.9 billion euros, during the same period we pay in 1.4 billion euros,” Prime Minister Andrus Ansip said at ...
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