Prime Minister, BNR governor discuss economic developments amid preparation of 2022 budget package

Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca and governor of the National Bank of Romania (BNR) Mugur Isarescu on Friday discussed   the main economic and financial developments, against the backdrop of the economic recovery, the energy crisis and endeavors for a solid and credible budget for 2022, said the government’s spokesman Dan Carbunaru.

This was  the first meeting of the Prime Minister with the BNR governor, and presidential advisor on economic affairs Cosmin Marinescu was also invited to attend.

“The meeting took place during the break of today’s government meeting and was aimed at strengthening the institutional dialogue, while tackling the main developments and concerns in the Romanian economy and the financial environment in the current context of economic recovery, energy crisis and the need to work out a solid and credible budget for 2022, capable of giving confidence to the investment milieu and support the financial stability Romania needs in the next period,” Carbunaru explained.

The talks also focused on the need to increase the administrative capacity to absorb European funds, he added.

“The meeting highlighted the need for an effective institutional dialogue through the convergent involvement of state authorities, and also reviewed the main challenges we currently face, such as the need to increase the administrative capacity to absorb European funds, as regards both the resources available under the National Recovery and Resilience Plan, and those under the operational programs,” Carbunaru said, according to Agerpres.



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