Spain's Calvino hopes there won't be delays to EU recovery plan



© Reuters. Nadia Calvino, Minister for Economy and Business of Spain speaks during a Reuters Newsmaker in New York

MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s Economy Minister Nadia Calvino said on Thursday that she hoped there will not be delays to the European Union’s recovery plan after Poland and Hungary vetoed the bloc’s budget and post-COVID recovery package.

Spain plans to fully use the EU’s aid package and expects to start implementing it as soon as possible, Calvino told a conference.

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