- Euro Commissaries have sometimes charged tens of thousands of euros in travel over the past few years. President Jean-Claude Juncker ordered nearly € 25,000 for a private flight to fly an EU delegation to Rome.
This is evidenced by the investigation of all declarations by the Spanish non-governmental institution Access Info Europe and the Belgian magazine Knack. They received the data after three years of trial.
The spokesman explained Juncker's edition of a lack of travel alternatives to Rome for the president at an important time.
According to this survey, all 28 euro commissioners have received € 492 for bonuses in the first two months of 2016. 249 spent on their travels, including hotel charges.
According to its own regulations, the 28 euro commissioners may charge their accommodation and travel expenses when visiting countries. In addition, they will contribute to meals if they stay outside the door for more than six hours. \u0026 Nbsp;
According to the tour list by Knack and Access Info Europe, Commissioner Federica Mogherini (Foreign Affairs and Security Policy) charged most: € 75. 000 for a trip to Azerbaijan and Armenia.
Euro Commissioner Timmermans proved relatively economical: for almost four days in Strasbourg and Davos, he declared € 2689.40 on costs.