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Warsaw/Budapest — Poland and Hungary have agreed on a compromise with Germany to unblock the EU’s $2.2-trillion budget and pandemic stimulus plan, a senior government official in Warsaw has said.

The compromise would end a standoff that saw Budapest and Warsaw threaten to torpedo the EU’s €750bn pandemic aid fund and the 2021-2027 budget over objections to attaching rule-of-law conditions to cash...

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