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Europarlamentarai antradienį patvirtino techninės paramos priemonę, kuri padės ES valstybėms sustiprinti pajėgumus tam, kad atsigautų nuo pandemijos ir padidintų atsparumą krizėms.

For next year’s budget, MEPs obtained better support for key EU programmes that create jobs, tackle the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and boost climate action.

In a resolution to wrap up Wednesday’s debate on the MFF package, MEPs challenge the EU summit declaration to suspend the Rule of Law mechanism pending ECJ approval.

On Friday, Parliament’s negotiators agreed with Council on the instrument designed to help EU countries tackle the effects and consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Europarlamentarai trečiadienį patvirtino 2021–2027 m. ES daugiametį biudžetą, kuris jau suderintas su ES Taryba. Jie užtikrino papildomus 16 mlrd. eurų svarbioms ES programoms.

Following today’s final trilateral talks on future EU financing, the members of the EP’s negotiating team have issued the following statements.

The Technical Support Instrument will assist EU countries to prepare their recovery and resilience plans, required to access funding from the Recovery and Resilience Facility.

On Monday evening, EP and Council negotiators struck a deal on the new InvestEU programme, which supports investments and guarantees simplified access to financing.

MEPs have fought for and obtained better support for key EU programmes creating jobs, tackling the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic and boosting climate action.

On Tuesday, Parliament approved €823 million in EU aid for the Croatia earthquake, floods in Poland, and the response to the coronavirus crisis in seven EU countries.