Slovenia’s Recovery and Resilience Plan adopted
The Ministry of Finance, Office of the Republic of Slovenia for Recovery and Resilience Slovenia’s Recovery and Resilience Plan was today given the green light in an informal videoconference of economy and finance ministers.
EU economy and finance ministers today confirmed the European Commission’s positive assessment of the second package of national recovery and resilience plans. In addition to the Slovenian plan, the ministers also discussed the Cypriot, Croatian and Lithuanian plans.
The Slovenian Recovery and Resilience Plan envisages an increase in public investment and the adoption of reforms to address key long-term challenges. Investment is focused on green projects (42.2% of funds) and digital projects (21.2% of funds). The RRP will also encourage the private sector to invest in technological change and to take environmental objectives into account.
The structural changes and measures set out in the RRP focus in particular on the challenges of an ageing population, the health system, debureaucratisation and the labour market. These measures are intended to increase Slovenia’s resilience to possible future shocks. By improving healthcare and social care and investing in vital physical and digital infrastructure, we will ensure stable economic growth in the medium term and increase resilience.
The funds Slovenia will receive under the Recovery and Resilience Plan will also contribute to improving competitiveness and boosting productivity. The implementation of the Recovery and Resilience Plan, which starts with the approval, will be under the responsibility of the Ministry of Finance.