May 30, 2018
A planned 23 percent cut in EU cohesion funds for Poland under the bloc’s new budget is unacceptable, the Polish government spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
“This division [of funds]is unacceptable to Central European countries,” spokeswoman Joanna Kopcińska told state broadcaster Polish Radio.
Poland will receive EUR 64.4 billion in cohesion policy funds under the European Union’s new budget, roughly 23 percent less than under the old budget, Polish Radio has reported, citing what it described as unofficial sources.
This article was posted: Wednesday, May 30, 2018 at 6:40 am