Over the next six months, we will work to set realistic and ambitious climate targets for 2030. And finally, we will encourage the process of digitization in Europe. The European Union needs more sovereignty in the fields of digital technologies and artificial intelligence, and in the use of cloud computing or quantum computers, in order to be a driving force for innovation in the future, and not just a large market.
In your opinion, what structural changes should follow the implementation of the European recovery plan?
We consider it essential that the distribution of funds issued from the recovery plan be linked to ambitious reform programs in the various Member States. We are fully aware that, for certain States, this will not be easy. But one thing is certain: if we do not invest now in the digital and sustainable transformation of Europe, it is not only the well-being of our children and grandchildren that is at stake, but also the very competitiveness of our economy.