In the last two years of the pandemic, a crisis over which other problems have overlapped, such as the accelerated rise in prices in the energy markets, Romanian managers had lost hope of recovering their business. Now, when no one was expecting it, given the sensitive context of the war in Ukraine, employers are getting the big news.
The announcement was made by the Prime Minister of Romania, Nicolae Ciuca. The official said on Tuesday that the business environment in our country will be supported by reallocating unspent European funds.
Companies need support
The Prime Minister acknowledges that the private sector is going through a critical moment and that the involvement of the authorities is now needed to help business people meet all the challenges that have befallen them and that test their management skills on a daily basis.
“We are going through a complicated period, marked by multiple crises, which requires effective decisions and measures to counteract rising prices.
In this regard, I discussed with the Minister of Finance, who is in Brussels where he is discussing with European counterparts from ECOFIN, to find concrete measures at the level of the European Union for the economic support of the member countries “, the prime minister declared.
In order to support the companies, the mechanism applied during the pandemic will be extended, and our country will request the reallocation of the remaining unspent European funds.
“We already have a mechanism that worked during the pandemic and that can be extended and even developed in the context of the other crises we face today. Romania will request the reallocation of the remaining unspent funds from the previous European programs destined for the Romanian economy, in order to be able to intervene in the help of the business environment, of the Romanian enterprises.
This package must face the challenges posed on the European market and guarantee continuity, stability and predictability, both to the business environment and to the population “, stated the Prime Minister Nicolae Ciucă, at Victoria Palace”, Nicolae Ciucă also said.