Future Cohesion Policy

Romania 2014-2020 - List of operational programmes financed from Structural and Investment Funds

In addition, there will be 2 Territorial Cooperation Programmes (with Hungary and with Bulgria).

Based on the Consultative document in order to develop The Partnership Agreement for Romania 2014‐2020 Source: Romanian Ministry for European Funds


Development priorities for Hungary 2014-2020

The 2013 National Reform Programme of Hungary includes a chapter on the preparations for the next generation on EU-funded programmes. The reports presents five development priorities: 1) Improving the competitiveness and global performance of the business sector; 2) Increasing the level of employment through economic development, employment, education and social inclusion policies, taking account of territorial disparities; 3) Enhancing energy and resource efficiency; 4) Tackling social and demographic challenges; 5) Local and regional development aimed at promoting economic growth.

Slovakia 2014-2020: lessons learnt from the current programming period

The 2013 National Reform Programme of the Slovak Republic highlights the country's preparations for the next generation of programmes (2014-2020), as well as the lessons learnt from the current programming period. Based on the experience of the 2007 - 2013 programmes, the report notes the need for more simplification, as well as the need to improve the quality of processes in the field of public procurement. The document also includes a chapter dedicated to institutional aspects of the implementation of the Europe 2020 Strategy in Slovakia.

List of ex-ante conditionalities - Cypus 2014-2020

Ex-ante conditionalities are an essential part of the preparations for the next programming period. Cypriot authorities need to take actions to fulfil the following ex-ante conditionalities before the start of the programming period 2014-2020.

List of ex-ante conditionalities - Bulgaria 2014-2020

Ex-ante conditionalities represent pre-conditions that all Member States including Bulgaria will have to fulfil by the time of submitting the Partnership Agreement (PA). Should this not be the case EU countries will have to present the European Commission with an action plan and a timetable for its implementation. Ex-ante conditionalities must be fulfilled no later than 31 December 2016 (or within two year following the adoption of the PA). A number of 14 ex-ante conditionalities have been identified in the case of Bulgaria, covering different fields such as SMEs and business development, employment, energy efficiency, public procurement and transport. Read the full list of ex-ante conditionalities.


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