Bulgaria 2014-2020

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Bulgaria's Draft Partnership Agreement submitted to the European Commission

The draft Partnership Agreement of the Republic of Bulgaria was sent to the European Commission

Press release - 30 August 2013

The draft Partnership Agreement - the document setting the national priorities which will be funded under the European Structural and Investment Funds in the period 2014 - 2020 -  was sent to the European Commission for a second round of technical consultations. The document was elaborated by a working group with the participation of a wide range of partners - representatives of local authorities, socio-economic partners, civil society organizations, the academic society and others.

In this version the comments of the European Commission from the first round of technical consultations are covered. It also addresses the contributions received during the public consultation on the document, conducted in the period 23.07 - 07.08.2013. The final version of the Partnership Agreement will be officially submitted to the European Commission after the Regulations on the European Structural and Investment Funds enter into force and the EU Multiannual Financial Framework 2014 - 2020 is approved.

The draft Partnership Agreement and its annexes can be found here .

Source: www.eufunds.bg

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.

Funding priorities vs. Operational Programmes in Bulgaria

* Based on the Position Paper of the Commission’s Services on the development of the Partnership Agreement in Bulgaria

Source: European Commission and www.eufunds.bg



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