In consultation the s / n ‘Management, control and implementation of development interventions for the Programming Period 2021-2027’

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The draft law entitled: “Management, control and implementation of development interventions for the Programming Period 2021-2027” was put to consultation until January 10, 2022.

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Specifically, the Minister of Development and Investment, ‘Adonis Georgiadis, put as of today in public electronic consultation, the draft law entitled: “Management, control and implementation of development interventions for the Programming Period 2021-2027”. The draft law defines the operating framework of the development interventions co-financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds in the new programming period 2021-2027 in accordance with the Regulations of the European Union.

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According to the ministry, the draft law is a necessary condition in order for the new programs to be activated. The European Union’s resources account for most of the country’s public investment financing and are the main financial instrument for the productive transformation of the economy and the strengthening of social cohesion. The timely start of the implementation of the co-financed actions of the new period 2021-2027 will allow the smooth transition between the two periods without a funding gap, strengthening the liquidity of the economy and contributing to the smooth execution of the Public Investment Program.

The draft law follows the content of the new Corporate Regional Development Pact 2021-2027, as approved by the European Commission. It is in line with the new requirements of European regulations. Finally, it introduces arrangements for the simplification, acceleration and proper execution of the procedures for the management, monitoring and control of the co-financed operations.

Programs of the programming period 2021-2027

The programs of the programming period 2021-2027 include:

1. In the NSRF 2021-2027:

a) Seven Sectoral Programs receiving financial support from one or more of the following funds: the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), the European Social Fund + (ESF +) and the Cohesion Fund (CF), namely the Programs:

aa) Human Resources and Social Cohesion

ab) Competitiveness

ac) Digital Transformation

ad) Environment and Climate Change

ae) Civil Protection

ast) Transportation

az) Technical Assistance and Support to Beneficiaries

b) Thirteen Regional Programs receiving financial support from the ERDF, the ESF + and the CF:

ba) Eastern Macedonia, Thrace

bb) Central Macedonia

bx) Thessaly

βδ) Ήπειρος

be) Western Greece

bst) Western Macedonia

bz) Central Greece

b) Peloponnese

bth) Ionian Islands

bi) North Aegean

βια) Crete

lib) Attica

bc) South Aegean

c) A Sectoral Program that receives financial support from the Fair Transition Fund (TDF) which is called “Fair Development Transition”.

d) A Sectoral Program receiving financial support from the European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund (EMFF), called “Fisheries, Aquaculture and the Sea”.

e) Under the European Territorial Cooperation Objective (INTERREG), 13 Programs receiving financial support from the ERDF and / or external funding mechanisms:

εα) (Interreg VI-A) Greece-Bulgaria

εβ) (Interreg VI-A) Greece-Italy

εγ) (Interreg VI-A) Greece-Cyprus

ed) (Interreg VI-A) IPA III CBC Greece-Albania

εε) (Interreg VI-A) IPA ΙΙΙ CBC Greece-Republic of North Macedonia εστ) (Interreg VI-B) Euro Mediterranean 2021-2027 (EURO MED) εζ) (Interreg VI-B) Adriatic-Ionian

εη) (Interreg VI-B) Interreg NEXT MED

εθ) (Interreg VI-B) Interreg NEXT Black Sea Basin ει) (Interreg VI-C) Interreg Europe

εια) (Interreg VI-C) Interact

ειβ) Urbact IV

ειγ) ESPON 2030 Cooperation Programme

2. The “Immigration and Home Affairs Funds 2021-2027” include three programs, each of which receives financial support from each respective fund: the Asylum, Immigration and Integration Fund (TAME), the Internal Security Fund (TEA) and the instrument for financial support of border management and visa policy (visa policy).


Source From: Capital

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