Frozen Slovenia EU Funds Unlocked

21 Oct 2014 / By STA, T. M.

The Slovenian government expects an inflow of EUR 248m in the coming weeks as Brussels has unlocked EU funding frozen due to shortcomings in public contracting and project oversight, MPs were told on Tuesday.

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