The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has announced on social networks that it has received the recovery plan that the Spanish Government has drawn up, as it has done with those of all the countries that have already complied with this procedure. «We have received the recovery plan from Spain. It will help finance the recovery of the country through projects linked to the ecological and digital transition, cohesion and gender equality ”, says von der Leyen.
On the Commission’s page where it reports on this, it is stated that “in the plan that it has presented, Spain has requested a total of 69,500 million euros in subsidies within the framework of the Recovery and Resilience Fund » with a document in which it is anticipated that no specific reform will appear, but only spending projects: The Spanish plan – the Commission summarizes – is structured around four pillars: green transformation; digital transformation; social and territorial cohesion; and gender equality. It includes measures in sustainable mobility, energy efficiency in buildings, clean energy, digital skills, digital connectivity, support for the industrial sector and SMEs, and social housing.
The projects of the plan are mainly focused on the period 2021-2023. The plan proposes projects in the seven European emblematic areas defined by the Commission itself, but none of the pending demands are mentioned of the recommendations of previous years that should theoretically be carried out with these funds.