Statistics on the implementation of EU funds in Lithuania

Please scroll down for detailed statistics on the implementation of Structural and Cohesion Funds in Lithuania. Data collected from www.esparama.lt

Funding priorities for Lithuania 2014-2020 -Summary of the Position Paper of the European Commission

The Position Paper of the Commission Services on the development of the Partnership Agreement in Lithuania sets out the country-specific challenges and presents the Commission’s preliminary view on Lithuania’s funding priorities for 2014-2020. Four complementary and mutually reinforcing funding priorities have been proposed: 1. Innovative and competitive business and research environment; 2. Modern infrastructure for growth and jobs; 3. High employment, skilled people and inclusive society; 4. Energy efficiency and sustainable management of natural resources.

Lithuania tops EU 'league table' in absorbing EU funds

Press release

Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn met on 23 January 2013 the recently appointed Lithuanian Minister for Finance Mr Rimantas Šadžius to exchange views on the ongoing negotiations about the Cohesion policy in the next funding period 2014-2020. In view of the Lithuanian Presidency of the EU Council also the future regional policy agenda for the second half of 2013 was discussed. The Commissioner also congratulated Lithuania for being the Member State absorbing EU regional funds best in the current period. Minister Šadžius and Commissioner Hahn also discussed the state of play of the European Strategy for the Baltic Sea region, half of EU-funds for Lithuania contributing to the implementation of the strategy.

Date: 24 January 2013

Source: European Commission


Lithuania ranks 1° in EU Structural & Cohesion funds absorption rate

Statistics on Cohesion Policy in Lithuania

Detailed statistics on the implementation of Structural and Cohesion Funds in Lithuania are available on the Lithuanian EU Funds portal (http://www.esparama.lt). Information on the number of applications, signed contracts, closed projects and projects in implementation, as well as payment indicators are presented below.


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