Rueda demands "amounts and terms" of European funds after a meeting with Calviño without "any commitment"

One day after his meeting with Nadia Calviño, which was followed by an appearance in which the first vice president avoided committing Next Generation funds to Galicia, the president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda, stated that, "with all firmness", and «on behalf» of the Community, will not stop demanding «amounts and terms» for Galician industrial projects, see the investments projected by Altri and Showa Denko or Stellantis in Vigo.

Rueda demands "amounts and terms" of European funds after a meeting with Calviño without "any commitment"

One day after his meeting with Nadia Calviño, which was followed by an appearance in which the first vice president avoided committing Next Generation funds to Galicia, the president of the Xunta, Alfonso Rueda, stated that, "with all firmness", and «on behalf» of the Community, will not stop demanding «amounts and terms» for Galician industrial projects, see the investments projected by Altri and Showa Denko or Stellantis in Vigo.

Rueda said this Saturday, in statements from Redondela, that he told the economic vice president "very clearly" on Friday "that it was a priority" that Galician projects receive European funds, and regretted his lack of specificity, since "he did not assume any clear commitment », after a working lunch in which he believed that it had been «clear» that this line should be deepened.

"Perhaps yesterday was not the day," he temporized. “We are going to keep insisting.”

Rueda is aware that this "concretion is becoming necessary" and that "deadlines are rushing", so he hopes that it will "take place in a very short time", as well as that, "when the President of the Government is pleased to receive me", He trusts that, by then, "the specifics are already absolute": "Cordiality is very good," he commented, but what the Xunta expects are certainties. As already advanced on Thursday, he has remarked that "if it were not so, Galicia would react", "but I hope it is not necessary", he has closed.

For the national spokesperson for the Bloc, Ana Pontón, the meeting was a fiasco and represented "clear confirmation and clear evidence" that Galicia is "left behind" in the Next Generation cast. “The results are zero euros for Galicia, zero, absolutely nothing for the future of our country”, Calviño-Rueda assessed the working lunch from La Coruña. "Photos and good words do not generate employment, they do not generate wealth and they will not be able to cover up the evidence that Galicia is being discriminated against," he stressed.

From the PSdeG headquarters in Santiago, its general secretary, Valentín González Formoso, has chosen to divert attention to the Xunta, charging against its modus operandi with the projects that opt ​​for Next Generation funds. He has put the focus on Altri, criticizing the change of location (from A Mariña to Palas and now in the air, he has stated) and that viability is linked to funds, specifically to the need to have 200 million euros. Formoso has said that it is necessary to go hand in hand with "solvent, serious promoters who speak clearly", and has accused the Xunta of "playing with the people". "You have to be serious," he added. Incidentally, he has downgraded the portfolio of initiatives promoted from San Caetano, commenting on a couple of occasions that truly driving projects are not "so many" either.

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