Konrad Raczkowski: Transferring money from KPO to Poland would certainly be a pro-development measure.Photo: Shutterstock / Quinta
The European Commission has yet to approve the National Reconstruction Plan, which was submitted by the Polish government more than a year ago, which is a document that describes the methods of disbursing funds from the EU Reconstruction Fund. At the end of October last year, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, made a requirement that the Polish KPOs must include the government’s obligation to liquidate the Disciplinary Chamber of the Supreme Court. Müller said Friday that the negotiating team for the National Reconstruction Plan had concluded by Wednesday. – Both the team on the Polish side and the team created by the president of the European Commission reached an agreement – he said.
“The long-awaited financial injection”
On Radio 24 Polskie, he assesses the deal on KPO prof. Konrad Raczkowski. As he pointed out, the mobilization of funds will “the long-awaited financial injection that should have arrived in Poland a long time ago. .
– This injection will certainly help, for example, will unblock rail and infrastructure investments that were suspended and postponed for a year – he said, adding that “this lack of funds is hampering this process.”
He stressed that transferring money to Poland “would definitely be a pro-development measure despite the additional supply inflow, as it must be remembered that it is an additional money supply during inflation”.
More in the video.
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Program: “Today’s topic / Gość PR24”
Lead: Krzysztof Grzybowski
Visitor: prof. Konrad Raczkowski, director of the SWCU World Economic Center, former Deputy Minister of Finance
Release date: May 13, 2022
Broadcast time: 20.33
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