RIGA - Part of the funds meant for economic recovery of the European Union will be available this year, however, the EU member states must develop national economic sustainability plans by the fall, European Commissioner Valdis Dombrovskis (New Unity) told the media on Monday.
Today, Dombrovskis and Prime Minister Krisjanis Karins (New Unity) discussed the European Commission's recovery plan for Europe, which envisages the creation of a EUR 750 billion European recovery package, of which EUR 500 billion could be provided in the form of grants and EUR 250 billion in lo...
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