Navracsics: Hungary could sign RRF by H2

EU

Tibor Navracsics, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's pick as the minister for regional development and utilization of European Union funding, told a parliamentary committee yesterday that Hungary could sign its Partnership Agreement on Cohesion Fund resources for the 2021-2027 budget period and its Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF) agreement "in the second half of the year," according to napi.hu.

Hungary submitted its Partnership Agreement to the European Commission at the end of last year.

The country submitted its RRF plan a year ago. Brussels has approved neither.

Navracsics, a former European Commissioner for education, culture, youth and sport, said he would craft a new development policy to keep Hungary on the growth path while strengthening regional cohesion.

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