EU programmes on climate and digitisation are inadequate, says Martin
Taoiseach calls for more expansive approach to EU spending in virtual address
Micheál Martin has called for a more expansive approach to European Union spending and warned that EU programmes on climate, digitisation and innovation “are nowhere near the scale required to meet the objectives we have set for them”.
The Taoiseach made the comments as part of a virtual address to the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (Alde) on Sunday, a European political party of which Fianna Fail is a...
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