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PM Grindeanu: We believe European funds to be engine for economic growth

Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu said that European funds are seen as an engine for economic growth, pointing out that he wants things to get unblocked in this area, according to Agerpres.

2017-04-03 00:42:20 - From the Print Edition

"Very many technical aspects have been discussed because we, the Romanian Government, believe the European funds to be an engine for economic growth and we know that for a fact, and we place emphasis on drawing European funds, while trying to get unblocked things that were previously blocked," said Grindeanu. "There are actual things in each separate field that we have to do in the period ahead and where we can count on support from Mrs. Commissioner [Cretu] and more. There are deadlines we have to meet, deadlines that we set ourselves, so that we may follow the schedule we want to keep in place," Grindeanu mentioned after a meeting with visiting European Commissioner for Regional Policy Corina Cretu.

He added that measures were taken so that all the management authorities may be accredited by the end of the year, mentioning that funding agreements will be signed for the IT axis in operational programme competitiveness and a very large number of funding guides will be released.
"A good thing that used to be unexpected some time ago is that we will close the month from the 2007-2103 financial framework on an unexpectedly high absorption rate when we think about 2010 and 2011, as that will be somewhere around 90 percent," said Grindeanu.



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