Another recognition, now from the European Court of Auditors
The European Court of Auditors presented its 2020 annual report to the European Parliament's Wednesday plenary session, noting that Hungary's performance was outstanding in the 2014-2020 financial period.
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"By the end of 2020, Hungary had used nearly 15 and a half billion euros from the European Structural and Investment Funds, with which it achieved the best result among the V4 countries in terms of population, and it ranks fourth behind the three Baltic states in the EU as a whole," he said. Ádám Kósa, the representative of Fidesz.
According to the report, several Member States are struggling to bring in money, which will cause them serious losses towards the end of the seven-year financial period. Ádám Kósa emphasized: "Due to the hard work of the Hungarian government, there is no chance of losing funds in the case of Hungary." He added: "Regarding public procurement, according to the European Commission's Internal Market Scoreboard, Hungary is in the middle of the EU, in the company of Germany, Ireland or the Benelux countries."
Tamás Deutsch said in connection with the report's presentation to the commission: "Thanks to the Hungarian government's zero tolerance for corruption and the public procurement rules confirmed in 2011, the regularity and efficiency of the use of funds in Hungary has been continuously improving since 2010, and this is reflected in the Court's report."