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EBRD experts will provide Romanian authorities with technical assistance for structural and cohesion funds

Earlier today Romanian Ministry of European Affairs-Leonard Orban and Patrick Marquet, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), held talks on how to increase the absorption rate of structural and cohesion funds.

EIB will provide Romanian authorities with technical assistance

Romanian authorities and representatives of the European Investment Bank (EIB) discussed future cooperation in the field of structural and cohesion funds. The meeting was attended by Leonard Orban, Minister of European Affairs, and Wilhelm Molterer, EIB Vice-President.

Romanian Ministry of Regional Development wants to use structural funds for thermal rehabilitation

The Romanian Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism will use structural and cohesion funds for thermal rehabilitation. The Ministry will reveal the new financing scheme at the beginning of 2012.

The new financing scheme will be included in the OP Regional - Priority Axis 1- Support for the sustainable development of towns. In order to develop the scheme, the Ministry is cooperating with the European Commission (DG REGIO), the Authority for Coordination of Structural Instruments (ACIS), and JASPERS experts - European Investment Bank.

List of 100 priority projects in Romania: focus on water and waste infrastructure

Romanian authorities released a list of 100 priority projects that will be closely monitored. The list was initially comprised of 60 projects.

The list includes projects contracted in 2008-2011.

Romanian authorities drew up a list of 60 priority projects

Romanian authorities drew up a list of 60 priority projects funded with structural and cohesion funds. Projects vary from €22,6 million to €745,5 million. A number of 51 projects are financed under OP Environment, while 9 projects are funded under OP Transport.

 

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