In addition to the M6 metro station, no major projects have been submitted to the European Commission, Corina Cretu, European Commissioner for Regional Policy, said on Friday that he was sad to contribute to developing and unlocking projects in other states, while only accusations and insults in Romania.
"I do not know if you did, but last night, after saying that the feasibility study for regional hospitals was $ 1.8 million (and not 250 in the public area), I started to attack shockingly. These attacks have indicated to me, and in particular the attacks on the European Union, the accusations that they are selling foreign interests since everyone knows how much effort has been made by making European funds available to all the European Investment Bank and the European Development Fund The money paid to the bank, the salaries of Romanian officials working for European funds, dozens of projects that have not been completed in time and for which the state has lost about € 3 billion, honestly they will not leave it without speaking, "Corina Cretu wrote on Facebook.
He added that he would be a party and a country leader if Romania submitted dozens of projects to the European Commission that were delayed or forgotten for a long time.
"Regrettably, there are no major projects that have been submitted to the Commission outside the M6 metro station. It is a project that is still being answered by the Director-General of the Directorate-General for Regional Policy, Mr Marc Lemaitre, Minister of Transport, which are not allowed by the regulations my decision. No major projects are submitted to the European Commission because Romania has far exceeded the data it devotes, not only to regional hospitals but also to Pitesti-Sibiu, Târgu-Mureş-Iasi, Craiova-Piteşti, Brăila, Pipera-Berceni , Bucharest, etc., not only myself, but also the European Commission or other European institutions, "said the European Commissioner.
Corina Creţu said that for the future European budget for the period 2021-2027 "she had spent more money on Romania than to spend more than 8 billion on the investments in the interest of Romanian citizens compared to the current programming period".