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Published: 8 august 2019 15:02

Seimas refused extra financing by the Ministry of Finance, V. Šapoka to be called up

Vilius Šapoka
Žygimanto Gedvilos / 15min nuotr. / Vilius Šapoka

The Seimas chancellery has calculated that in 2020, it will need more than six million euro more in financing than has been earmarked in the state budget this year. However, so far, the Ministry of Finance intends to assign less funds than requested by the institution. The Seimas board is discontent with this and intends to call up Minister of Finance Vilius Šapoka for a discussion.

The Seimas chancellery has calculated that 38 million euro will be needed for the year 2020. In 2019, 31.823 million euro was set aside in the budget for the institution.

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