said during Wednesday’s meeting with the inhabitants of Płock that Poland will have to repay EU funds from the National Reconstruction Plan (), even if it does not unlock the money tap. The former prime minister also threatened the State Tribunal.
State Tribunal for the lack of KPO? Donald Tusk: I guarantee they will answer for it in the manner provided for by law
– The Prime Minister and the PiS government have led to the fact that we, together with the entire European Union, will be paying back the Reconstruction Fund for years – said the leader of the Civic Platform. He emphasized that Poland does not take funds from the KPO “as the only country in Europe”.
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– Anyone who is responsible for the lack of these 360 billion zlotys will stand before the State Tribunal. If there is no State Tribunal for this, for robbing the Polish homeland of such gigantic money and our dreams, then why would there be a State Tribunal? I guarantee you that if they do not complete this application correctly in the coming days, if they do not bring this money, they will answer for it in the manner provided for by law, Tusk said.
KPO for Poland is over PLN 35 billion. Still no money request
Poland’s National Reconstruction Plan was approved in mid-June, but disbursements have not yet started. Talks on this matter between Brussels and Warsaw are prolonged, and the Polish authorities refrain from sending a request for the transfer of money. Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on November 2 that he had spoken with Minister Grzegorz Puda and that “”.
However, the problem is not only an unsubmitted application. .
Poland is to receive over EUR 35 billion from the EU Reconstruction Fund, of which almost 24 billion are non-repayable subsidies, and the rest are low-interest loans. KPO is a comprehensive investment plan for the modernization of the country. It contains 49 reforms, 53 investments and 283 milestones and targets. Poland wants to spend 43 percent on climate and green transformation, which is more than the required minimum, and 21 percent on digitization.
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