Poland set to get more than 5 billion euros in EU money after commission approves recovery plan


Poland is set to receive more than 5 billion euros ($5.5 billion) in EU funds after the European Commission gave a positive assessment Tuesday of the country's revised recovery plan that includes green reforms and investments.
The 5.1 billion euros pre-financing is part of the bloc's REPowerEU program aimed at helping the 27 EU nations recover from the energy crisis that…

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