According to a press release from REPER, the vice-president of the European Commission, Valdis Dombrovskis, officially confirmed in the European Parliament that 77 billion euros are available, European money not used by the member states through the Recovery and Resilience Mechanism. This money can be accessed as loans at insignificant costs by any member state to expand investments from the PNRR.
“We have a historic chance to create a mini PNRR for the Romanian industry. Romanian industry can be put on its feet if the Government urgently requests at least 10 billion euros from the EU for investments. It is money that the business environment fully deserves, from SMEs to large industries that are preparing for the challenges of the future. We can create well-paid jobs for Romanians, jobs of the future. It is a unique chance to put Romania on the map of countries with well-paid salaries and investments at the same rate of development as that of Europe. Romania deserves to be on the map of European competitiveness. We cannot afford to lose more people, this workforce must stay at home or even return home”, said Dragoş Pîslaru, Member of the European Parliament REPER.
He claims that he officially discussed with the vice-president of the European Commission, who confirmed to him that there are 77 billion euros, European money at the disposal of all member states, which can be accessed for additional investments in PNRR.
“I urgently request the Government of Romania to ask for at least 10 billion euros from the European Commission to massively invest in Romanian industry. Greece has already requested, for the private sector, 5 billion of this newly available money”, says the MEP.
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