Opposition wants national recovery and resilience plan to be discussed in parliament
Ljubljana/Brussels, 11 February - The opposition will request a plenary session to discuss Slovenia's national recovery and resilience plan, a document required to draw EUR 5.2 billion in EU recovery funds. Unofficial information meanwhile suggests the European Commission expects the country to make a number of changes to its draft plan.
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