The European Commission on May 29 presented its proposal to increase spending to the Member States most affected by the ongoing economic and migrant crisis and in areas where youth unemployment remains high,  but, critically, the EU's poorer regions in Eastern Europe will see their funds drastically cut.
According to the EU executive's plan, steep cuts in cohesion support for Poland and Hungary - two countries that have been at loggerheads with Brussels over issues that include rule-of-law and ...

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