Tusk: European money is waiting for a fairly quick government decision

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European money is waiting, it should be at the disposal of Polish families, farmers and employers as soon as possible; one quick decision of the government is enough, OP head Donald Tusk wrote on Thursday.
"European money is waiting. They should be available to Polish families, farmers and employers as soon as possible. One quick government decision is enough," Tusk wrote on Twitter. He attached to his record a record of meetings that, as described, the head of the OP held in Stary Habuva, Plonsk and Gostolin.

The former prime minister spoke, in particular, with the owner of the farm. "We all know what it means for Polish families, whether in rural areas or in the city, if the costs of agricultural production are growing as fast as they are now," Tusk said in the recording. "They showed me the fertilizer bills here, and it's just crazy," he added.

"I started meetings in Zdunska Volya with a married couple, and she, a teacher, is now on maternity leave, says that she has 2,300 zlotys on her hands," the head of the Civic Platform noted.

The teacher on the record, among other things, said that on a salary at one school, her family "usually could not make ends meet." She added that as a teacher with many years of experience, she has a higher allowance for student experience, "but young teachers categorically do not want to come to work at school."

Tusk also reported on the recording of a meeting with a young official from Plonsk, Mr. Filip, who provided his apartment to a family of Ukrainian refugees, and himself moved in with his parents. "This hospitality, solidarity and willingness to help on the part of Polish families make a great impression on me," the head of the OP said.

"This should inspire all those who are responsible for what is possible today. I will return with maniacal persistence to the European money that is waiting for refugees, and one quick, simple solution is enough to make it available to families like this one. one in Plonsk," he said.

On Tuesday, Tusk visited the province. Lodz, including Zduńska Wola, where he announced that he was starting a new round of negotiations with the Poles "to talk about Polish affairs." On Wednesday, the chairman of the Civic Platform visited a farm in Stary Khabov (Masovian Voivodeship), talked with a resident of Plonsk, who was the first to receive a family from Ukraine in this city; he also visited a teacher from Gostolin.

On July 14, 2021, the EUFOR ordered Poland to immediately suspend the application of the provisions concerning the powers of the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court in such matters as the lifting of the immunity of judges. At the end of October last year, the EUFOR reported that Poland was obliged to pay a fine of 1 million euros per day to the European Commission for non-compliance with its decisions.

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen made the decision at the end of October last year. the condition that the Polish KPO should include the obligation of the Polish government to liquidate the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court.

All member States had to prepare national reconstruction plans in order to receive funds from the EU Reconstruction Fund. Poland submitted its plan to the European Commission last year, but so far it has not been approved. Poland has about 76 billion euros at its disposal from the cohesion policy budget for 2021-2027. Poland is requesting 23.9 billion euros from the KPO, which is supposed to support the economy after the pandemic, available under grants, and 11.5 billion euros from the loan part. (DAD)

Paul Roberts
Paul Roberts

Paul Roberts 51 years old Born in Edinburgh. Married. Studied at University of Oxford, Department of Public Policy and Social Work. Graduated in 1997. Works at Standard Life Aberdeen plc.

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