Romania’s Liberal Government, headed by prime minister Ludovic Orban, unveiled on November 26 the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, according to Romania-Insider.com.
This document includes the measures proposed to be financed with the EUR 30 billion in soft loans and grants Romania could get under the EU’s EUR 750 bln Facility of Recovery and Resilience (FRR).
The document will be subject to public debate in the next period and must be approved by the European Commission by April next year. It pictures the way Romania will use the European money to get out of the crisis, on each of the 12 areas considered a priority, as well as a plan for strengthening and preparing the medical system and the food sector for future crises, Economica.net reported.
The document already stirred criticism from the reformist block USR-PLUS – the Liberals’ would-be partners in the ruling coalition expected to take office after the December 6 general elections.
A draft of the document was published by the Ministry of European Funds (MFE) on November 23 and removed shortly afterward.
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