Brussels authorizes Hungary’s HUF 342 bln public administration program

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The European Commission has approved Hungaryʼs European Union funding allocation program for HUF 342 bln of developments in public administration, the Prime Ministerʼs Office said on Monday, according to state news agency MTI.

 The priorities of the Szechenyi2020 Government Public Administration and Public Services Development Operative Program are the reduction of administrative burdens, reinforcing service-oriented demeanor and ethical operation, and the financing of technical costs related to the implementation of EU-funded operative programs, the office said.

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