EU funds reduction for Hungary: Poland intends to ‘strongly oppose’

Poland intends to resist the EU Commission’s planned cut in EU funds for Hungary. “Poland will strongly oppose any actions of European institutions that intend to illegally deprive any member states of funds, in this case, Hungary in particular,” Head of Government Mateusz Morawiecki said Sunday in the Silesian town of Kamienica. However, he said, there were signals from Budapest and Brussels that a solution to the dispute was being worked on.

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