Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (pictured July 9, 2020) told parliament that despite meeting a string of EU leaders in recent days to break the deadlock, he was "quite gloomy about how things will go" at an upcoming summitMoreDutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said Tuesday he was "not hopeful" of a deal on an EU coronavirus fund this week, despite opening the door to compromise on a key hurdle.The "frugal four" of the Netherlands, Austria, Denmark and Sweden have said they want the 750-billion-euro recovery package to contain only loans for pandemic-hit states, and not grants.Rutte told parliament that despite meeting a string of EU leaders in recent days to break the deadlock, he was "quite gloomy about how things will go" at a summit on Thursday."I can assure you that we are doing everything we can behind the scenes, but that given how things are going, I am not hopeful," he said.The Dutch premier insisted that "we are for loans" which are conditional on tough economic reforms by countries that get the money, such as pension and labour market changes."If countries then say 'but we also want to know what the road to grants is,' then,
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