MEPs sitting on the EU's Budget Committee in the European Parliament have decided to boost funds for students taking part in the popular Erasmus+ programme, as well as for climate protection, research, tackling migration, and youth unemployment, all of which are part of a restoration of the European Council’s original funding cuts in the bloc's 2019 draft budget.
The draft budget for 2019 of €166.3 billion in commitments is over €717 million more than the initial  European Commission draft budg...


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