NFFT’s Professional Coordination Working Committee holds online workshop session - NCSD
EEAC annual conference
The next workshop session of NFFT focused on the domestic planning of the EU’s recovery and resilience facility (RRF). The keynote speech was delivered by dr. Szabolcs Ágostházy, minister of state for the use of EU funds of the Prime Minister’s Office who presented the strategic efforts in the use of EU funds to the members of NFFT in full detail. What does this multi-year financial timeframe mean for Hungary? The 2021-2027 period is set to pursue the most robust ever green and digital transition, which will improve the region’s global competitiveness.
Hungary has defined a highly ambitious goal for 2021-2027 intending to be in the top five most liveable countries in the EU by 2030 through the development of the economy, competitiveness, the infrastructure and the creation of new jobs. Bertalan Balczó said that the first version of Hungary’s national recovery and resilience plan was submitted to the European Commission last November while the public participation process related to the draft plan began on the pályázat.gov.hu website in December.
The discussion after the speech focused mainly on the development of the health care infrastructure, the preservation of biodiversity and habitat restoration.
The next online workshop session of NFFT will be held in two weeks.
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