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Hungary PM Orban says EU recovery plan deal will be reached

Christian Fernsby |
Talks over the European Union’s recovery funds and budget should continue and there will be an agreement in the end, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban told state radio on Friday.

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Hungary and Poland have refused to back the financial plan for the whole EU, even though they are beneficiaries, because the money is conditional on respecting the rule of law.

“The talks should be continued and in the end we will come to an agreement, that’s how this usually goes,” Orban said.

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