Locked content Media: EU funds for Poland to be cut by 23% in the new budget

According to media reports, in the new European Union 7-year financial framework, cohesion policy funds for Poland will be 23 percent smaller than in the current one. Still, with €64.4 billion that Warsaw will get is the biggest amount among EU member states. The second will be Italy, with €38.6 bil...

Locked content BGK buys 14% stake in Marguerite I from PKO BP

BGK, the state development bank, bought a stake in the pan-European fund Marguerite I from PKO BP on Friday. The fund (2020 European Fund for Energy, Climate Change and Infrastructure) has been financing major infrastructure projects. It’s the first financing model in the EU history for projec...

Locked content PLN 200 million for science-business projects

The National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR) has announced another competition for science-business consortia, with the total funds earmarked for the competition at PLN 200 million. Applications will be accepted until July 16. Science Minister Jarosław Gowin statd that this is the last c...

Locked content Poland to get PLN 609 mln in EU funding for railway projects

The EU will provide PLN 609 million in financing for three railway projects, the Center for EU Transport Projects announced. The projects include the construction of the new Wrocław Szczepin on the 143 line along with the reconstruction of the railway viaduct and the necessary infrastructure”....

Locked content Most EU members support linking funds to rule of law – reports

A significant number of EU member states are in favor of the proposal to link access to funds with the rule of law. “This issue was discussed during the sherpa discussions (representatives of countries preparing the EU), a significant group of member states said that the future Commission proposal s...

Locked content EU confirms that it wants to tie funds to rule of law

The EU’s is working on a proposal that could oblige member states such as Poland, which has clashed with Brussels over its judiciary reforms, to pass tests on the independence of their judicial systems before receiving funding. “One way could be to insist that independent justice systems are necessa...

Locked content Metro subway with €448 mln EU funding

The European Commission adopted a package of investments worth more than €448 million from the Cohesion Fund to finance the extension of the second metro line in Warsaw. In addition, over €127 million has been earmarked for development of tram lines in the Polish capital. “The funds will be used to ...