Highlights of the New Programming Period

Poland: Type of Operational Programmes 2014-2020

In the programming period 2014-2020 Poland has 22 Cohesion Policy Operational Programmes (OPs).

DG REGIO will manage 21 of the Operational Programmes, while DG EMPL one.

Six OPs are operational on the national level and 16 Operational Programmes are regional OPs.

Two of the Operational Programmes will be single-fund OPs (ERDF and CF); three others will be multi-fund OPs (ERDF/ESF, ERDF/CF, ESF/YEI). 

List of Partnership Agreements 2014-2020 and their respective summaries

The “Partnership Agreements” (PAs) are negotiated between the European Commission and Member States on investment priorities covering the ESI Funds and setting out how EU investments support smart, sustainable an


The First OP for the Czech Republic Adopted

Yesterday, the European Commission adopted the first Operational Programme 2014-2020 for the Czech Republic. The OP 'Enterprise and Innovations for Competitiveness'  will boost Czech innovation and competitiveness. The budget of the OP 'Enterprise and Innovations for Competitiveness' amounts to almost 8 billion EUR with 4.3 billion EUR coming from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).


Latvia - Breakdown of 2014-2020 Allocations by Thematic Objective

Latvia will invest more than half of its Structural Funds, 2,263,437,816 EUR, into sustainable growth (i.e., thematic objectives 4-7). Approximately 101,316,303 EUR will be available for technical assistance. Detail breakdown of EU Cohesion allocations available to Latvia by thematic objective is pictured in the graph below. 


Hungary - Thematic Objectives

Czech Republic - Breakdown of 2014-2020 Allocations by Thematic Objective

Czech Republic has opted to invest €11,120,389,676 of its Cohesion Policy allocations to sustainable growth, or thematic objectives 4-7.  Comprehensive breakdown by thematic objective is depicted in the graph below. 


Poland - Operational Programmes 2014-2020

With a bit more than 77.5 billion EUR of EU funds to be invested into Poland in the programming period 2014-2020, the country will remain the biggest recepient of the Cohesion Policy 2014-2020.

Cohesion Policy 2014-2020 in Poland will be financed through 22 Operational Programmes (OPs) that were adopted by the end of February 2015. Six OPs will be national and 16 OPs will have a regional focus with approximately 31.28 billion EUR of EU funds to be managed by the regions.  


Breakdown of Structural and Cohesion Funds by Thematic Objective

In 2014-2020 Structural and Cohesion Funds are to be disbursed according to thematic concentration in individual programmes on a limited number of priorities. Eleven Thematic Objectives (TOs), covering Europe 2020 priorities for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth have been established.