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A Comisión recibe a primeira solicitude de pago de Polonia no marco do Mecanismo de Recuperación e Resiliencia

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On 15 December, the Commission received Poland’s first payment request for €6.3 billion in grants and loans (net of pre-financing).

Esta solicitude refírese a 37 fitos e un obxectivo cubrindo investimentos e reformas in the areas of the resilience and competitiveness of the economy, green energy, digital transformation, health and clean mobility. In the area of green energy, measures included in the payment request cover the promotion of renewable energy sources, and hydrogen and energy storage technologies, among others. Moreover, the payment request includes measures aimed at reducing the administrative burden for businesses, the digitalisation of businesses, and providing better childcare facilities for children up to three years of age. In addition, the payment request includes measures to facilitate the development of network infrastructure to ensure universal access to high-speed internet, increase the capacity of medical teaching facilities, and enhance transport safety. The payment request also includes measures related to strengthening important aspects of the independence of the Polish judiciary and the use of Arachne, an IT tool that supports member states’ audit systems (so-called “super milestones”).

Os pagos no marco do RRF están baseados no rendemento e dependen de que Polonia implemente os investimentos e as reformas descritas no seu plan de recuperación e resiliencia. Non é posible realizar ningún desembolso tras unha solicitude de pago no marco do RRF ata que Polonia cumpra satisfactoriamente os "súper fitos".

The Commission will now assess the request, including the satisfactory fulfilment of the “super milestones”. The Commission will then send its preliminary assessment of Poland’s fulfilment of the milestones and targets required for this payment to the Economic and Financial Committee.

Polonia plan global de recuperación e resiliencia será financiado por € 59.8bn (34.5 millóns de euros en préstamos e 25.3 millóns de euros en subvencións). Máis información sobre o proceso das solicitudes de pagamento no marco do RRF está dispoñible neste Q & A. Hai máis información sobre o plan polaco de recuperación e resiliencia aquí

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