Prime Minister Necas will be in Brussels to fight for money for the Czech Republic
PRAGUE (MEDIAFAX) - The European Council shall bear the emblem of the EU budget for the next seven years. Prime Minister Petr Necas (ODS) in Brussels since Wednesday, during the quarter, together with Czech diplomats plan to ten bilateral meetings in the evening, then sitting down to the main program, which runs until Friday.
"It is possible that negotiations will take place on Saturdays and Sundays," he said on Thursday at a meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on European Affairs Deputy State Secretary Martin Tlapa, with the excuse that at the premiere replaced.
European Union leaders will debate on the parameters of cohesion policy for the period 2014-2020 and its impact on the overall budget of the European Union. "We want to get into a situation where we can talk about the parameters in cohesion policy. Cuts nepostihovaly And to States which are in a worse economic situation," said Paw.
According to the latest plan, the permanent President of the European Council Herman van Rompuy budget should be reduced by approximately € 80 billion to approximately € 973.2 billion.
The Czech Republic will try to make as few cuts affected the cohesion funds, on the contrary, according to the opinion of the government to cut direct payments to farmers. The Czech Republic also likely to support the United Kingdom, which wants even more cuts. "We think it would be good to get into complete isolation. Want to be an important member failed to address the issues by eliminating one member state," said Paw, that would otherwise threatened to adopt a budget without a vote of the British .
If you fail to negotiate a budget for the coming days, it will probably continue in the debates in December, which was originally discussed the emergence of Union Bank.
Prime Minister Necas on Wednesday has already announced that he would consider a success placement in the top five states that receive the most money from EU funds per capita. Czech Republic at the same time does not want to threaten to veto the budget, they could have trouble with the provisional arrangement drawing of EU funds.
Czech Republic into the common treasury supplied approximately 32 to 35 billion a year. Over the next seven years, the Czechs could learn from European funds to 780 billion.
Jan Drahorád, firstname.lastname@example.org
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