National Recovery and Resilience Plan Sent to Greek Parliament

ATHENS — Αlternate Finance Minister Theodoros Skylakakis on Friday sent the presentation outlining the actions of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, "Greece 2.0", to Parliament President Costas Tassoulas and requested a meeting of the relevant committees to brief their members before the plan is submitted to the European Commission for approval.

The detailed description of the Actions of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan includes, among others, the following sections:

– Macroeconomic results of the National Recovery and Resilience Plan

– Coherence and complementarity with other programmes

– Correlation with the pillars of the Recovery and Resilience Fund

– European Flagship Initiatives, the promotion of which is a distinct goal of the Recovery and Resilience Fund

– Connection with the European Semester

– Gender equality and equal opportunities for all

– Conditions and implementation mechanism

– Investment support through the Recovery Fund loan programme

– Results of consultation

– Management and Control System.



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