Romania will use EU recovery funds for highways, healthcare, education

Romania will receive significant funds from the EU recovery plan and plans to use the money to invest in highways, healthcare, and education, president Klaus Iohannis said on Wednesday, according to Romania-Insider.com.

The president explained that the European Commission’s recovery project is not final and will be negotiated between state leaders and in national parliaments and the European Parliament.

“We have looked at all the opportunities. We will invest the funds in projects that are very important for Romania, not just in the economic recovery. Companies will also have the opportunity to use the funds. We will invest in highways, in railways, in sustainable energy projects. We will improve public systems, [direct] funding to the public healthcare sector, and the education sector. We are determined to fight to receive an allotment as substantial as possible,” Iohannis said.

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