The European Commission will publish recommendations based on an assessment of Hungary's National Reform Program on June 7, National Economy Ministry state secretary Zoltán Cséfalvay told Parliament's European Affairs Committee on Tuesday.
Hungary will have a chance to respond to the Commission's recommendations, then its program will be finalized, along with those of other members states, at a meeting of the European Council on June 24.
The measures contained in the approved national programs will be included into the central budgets of the next few years, Cséfalvay added.
Hungary submitted its National Reform Program to the Commission on April 15.
Members states' national reform programs lay down actions to be undertaken in areas such as employment, research, innovation, energy and social inclusion.