Germany expects an answer to the EU finances dispute inside a couple of days: Minister

© Reuters. Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas and his Palestinian counterpart al-Maliki meet in Berlin

BERLIN (Reuters) – The German EU Presidency is optimistic that it will find a solution to the budget dispute in the European Union within a few days and release billions of euros to help the economies affected by the pandemic, the German Foreign Minister said on Tuesday.

“We are in the final phase of negotiations, it is not easy, as we all know,” said Heiko Maas.

“But I am absolutely certain that in the next few days we can make decisions for both the EU budget and the recovery fund so that we can release the money.”

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