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Recovery and resilience plan for Hungary

Member States set out in their recovery and resilience plan the reforms and investments that they aim to implement by 2026. Once submitted, the Commission assesses Member States’ recovery and resilience plans within two months after submission and translates their content into legally binding acts. Based on a proposal by the Commission, the Council has as a rule four weeks to adopt the Commission proposal.

Hungary’s recovery and resilience plan

National recovery and resilience website

Assessment of the recovery and resilience plan

Council Implementing Decision on the approval of the assessment of the recovery and resilience plan of Hungary and Annex

Staff-working document accompanying the proposal for a Council Implementing Decision

Press release: Commission finds that Hungary has not progressed enough in its reforms and must meet essential milestones for its Recovery and Resilience funds

Questions and answers: European Commission endorses Hungary's €5.8 billion recovery and resilience plan subject to meeting rule of law milestones

Further information

Summary of the assessment of the Hungarian recovery and resilience plan