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RT @JSaryuszWolski: .@GOettingerEU , EU Commissioner for budget: “EU budgetary policy shouldn’t be used to impose political penalties. Net contributors, such as Germany, should be interested in the structural funds. From an economic perspective, Germany isn’t a net contributor, but a net recipient.” https://t.co/BNRLAAtZZX

RT @JSaryuszWolski: .@GOettingerEU , EU Commissioner for budget: “EU budgetary policy shouldn’t be used to impose political penalties. Net contributors, such as Germany, should be interested in the structural funds. From an economic perspective, Germany isn’t a net contributor, but a net recipient.” https://t.co/BNRLAAtZZX

RT @JSaryuszWolski: “Budgetary policy shouldn’t be used to impose political penalties”: says EU Commisioner for budget, @GOettingerEU on question whether to penalize Poland and Hungary for refusing to take in refugees global.handelsblatt.com/politics/oetti…

RT @JSaryuszWolski: “Budgetary policy shouldn’t be used to impose political penalties”: says EU Commisioner for budget, @GOettingerEU on question whether to penalize Poland and Hungary for refusing to take in refugees global.handelsblatt.com/politics/oetti…

RT @JSaryuszWolski: .@GOettingerEU , EU Commissioner for budget: “EU budgetary policy shouldn’t be used to impose political penalties. Net contributors, such as Germany, should be interested in the structural funds. From an economic perspective, Germany isn’t a net contributor, but a net recipient.” https://t.co/BNRLAAtZZX

RT @JSaryuszWolski: .@GOettingerEU , EU Commissioner for budget: “EU budgetary policy shouldn’t be used to impose political penalties. Net contributors, such as Germany, should be interested in the structural funds. From an economic perspective, Germany isn’t a net contributor, but a net recipient.” https://t.co/BNRLAAtZZX

RT @JSaryuszWolski: .@GOettingerEU , EU Commissioner for budget: “EU budgetary policy shouldn’t be used to impose political penalties. Net contributors, such as Germany, should be interested in the structural funds. From an economic perspective, Germany isn’t a net contributor, but a net recipient.” https://t.co/BNRLAAtZZX

RT @JSaryuszWolski: Moser @Energy4Europe:”We shouldn’t engage in developments which would potentially increase costs or undermine energy security” #NordStream2 twitter.com/gasfocuspl/sta…