The European Commission has sounded the alert that Portugal has “important work” still ahead in order to comply with the milestones and targets of the PRR (plan for recovery and resilience). In a statement, the European executive announced the delivery of more than €2.46 billion as part of the plan but “in spite of acknowledging steps already taken, warned that important work still has to be done”, explain reports. Portugal has two milestones and one objective pending, relating to health reforms and reforms of professional orders. The Portuguese PRR will be financed by €22.2 billion, and involves 44 reforms and 17 investments. Before this latest disbursement of €2.46 billion, the country had already received €4.4 billion.