Parliament’s resolutions, press releases and factsheets available online about the MFF and the reform of the EU’s Own Resources.
On Monday 2 December, Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the EU submitted its proposal for the EU’s multiannual financial framework (MFF) for 2021–2027 to the member states. Finland finalised the proposal, which meant setting concrete figures in the financial framework.
Finland’s Presidency has submitted its proposal for the next long-term EU budget, the multiannual financial framework (MFF) for 2021–2027, to the member states. The proposal is a budget of €1 087 billion for the seven-year period, equal to 1.07% of the gross national income of the EU member states. The proposed budget focuses on the EU’s new priorities, such as climate action, research and innovation, and migration management. It also secures funding for a reformed agricultural policy and for a cohesion policy that supports growth.
Today at the conference of all political group presidents, Iratxe García called on the European Parliament president David Sassoli to urge national leaders to unblock negotiations on the Multiannual Financial Framework when he addresses them on December 12.