The Basque government and the provincial councils present the strategic investment plan for Euskadi

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De Lehendakari, Iñigo Urkullu, has assured that the investment plan will serve to promote strategic projects in the next two years, regardless of the arrival of European funds.

the lehendakari, Inigo Urkulluand the general deputies of Bizkaia, Álava and Gipuzkoa announced this Wednesday the launch of a Strategic investment plan for the next two years that the activation of €530 million through projects promoted with the Basque institutions’ own resources.

The ‘Basque Country Strategic Investment Plan 2022-2024’ was announced this Wednesday, at a press conference in Vitoria-Gasteiz, by Urkullu himself and by the heads of the Bizkaia councils, Unai Rementeria alava, Ramiro Gonzalez and Gipuzkoa, Markel Olano

The Lehendakari explained that this EUR 530 million item will serve to projects included in the Euskadi Next program last year and added that the Basque Finance Council will meet on an extraordinary basis on Friday to formalize the interinstitutional agreement.

Urkullu stated that Euskadi’s institutions are “committed to investment as a leverage to” economic recovery and transformation Basque” and has emphasized that the projects envisaged in the document will be promoted with “own resources” of the Basque administrations.

In any case, the Lehendakari added that “the development of these projects can be accelerated when the european funds planned”.

The areas in which public investment will be promoted relate to areas such as: health and care of people, including the Osasunberri project and the digitization of health systems; or lifelong learning, with a special emphasis on the most feminised healthcare jobs.

In addition, they will activate renewable energy projects, such as the launch of the hydrogen corridor; the sustainable mobility and the digitization and innovationwith an Artificial Intelligence Center applied to industry or the quantum computing HUB.

It will also address the urban habitat, as in the intervention in vulnerable neighbourhoods of course, for disaster preventionStill the circular economy


Source: EITB

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