European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen today called on Europeans to "Put aside old prejudices" and support her plan for height recovery 750 billion, in a speech to the European Parliament……..
Its plan provokes the reaction of some Member States , such as the Netherlands, Austria and Sweden, who would prefer this financial support to be exclusively loans and not grants, while Ursula von der Leyen proposes a design of the two.
Germany explains to MEPs that European Commission intends to borrow 750 billions of euros in European Union markets, the 550 billions of which will be granted as grants and 250 in the form of loans to the Member States of the European Union.
However, he made it clear that grants are an "investment" for the future: "In strengthening the internal market, in the digitization of the economy, in the Green Agreement and in strength ".
"I am in an urgent and extraordinary need for an urgent and extraordinary crisis. Let's put aside the old prejudices. It's European time, at a time when differences and inequalities are growing… The crisis we are now facing is enormous… But the opportunity for Europe is also huge, as well as our responsibility to do what is right in this situation. ".