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EU majors urge to implement recovery plans as soon as possible

Madrid / Berlin / Paris / Rome, Apr 28 (EFE) .- The economic leaders of the Spanish, French, German and Italian governments have joined this Wednesday to advance that they have already sent their recovery plans to Brussels and urge the rest of the States and the European Commission to work so that they are implemented as soon as possible.

This request has materialized in a joint telematic statement by the Second Vice President and Minister of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation, Nadia Calviño; the German Vice Chancellor and Finance Minister, Olaf Scholz; the French Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, and the Italian Minister of Economy and Finance, Daniele Franco.

The four major economies of the Union have already sent their recovery plans to Brussels and have encouraged the rest of the countries to send theirs as soon as possible and the European Commission to give its approval soon so that the funds begin to arrive and can be implemented measurements as soon as possible.

The indicative deadline to submit the plans – in which each country specifies the investments and reforms that it intends to carry out with European funds – ends on April 30 and, from there, the European Commission will have to review them and give its endorsement before the resources start to arrive.

(c) EFE Agency

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