EU Grants PA €20.8 Millions To Pay Salaries, Pensions
The European Union (EU) has granted the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank approximately €2.8 millions to pay pensions and salaries to nearly 82,000 retired people and government employees, in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
The European Union will be paying €20 Million while Holland will be paying €0.8 million. The funds are part of the EU PEGASE aid mechanism to the Palestinian Authority (P.A.) headed by President Mahmoud Abbas.
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