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Partnership Agreements and Operational Programmes - State of Play

14 July 2014

The European Commission has adopted nine out of 28 Partnership Agreements (PA)and is now analysing the official PAs received from the other 19 Member States, as well as draft Cohesion Policy Operational Programmes (OP) from 19 countries outlining their investment plans for EU Structural and Investment Funds for the 2014-2020 programming period.

The PAs and OPs have come from:

  • Danmark: PA adopted 05/05 and their one OP submitted
  • Deutschland: PA adopted 22/05 and 15 OPs submitted
  • Polska: PA adopted 23/05 and all 21 OPs submitted
  • Ελλάδα: PA adopted 23/05
  • Latvija:PA adopted 20/06 and their one OP submitted
  • Lietuva: PA adopted 20/06 and their one OP submitted
  • Eesti: PA adopted 20/06 and their one OP submitted
  • Κύπρος: PA adopted 20/06
  • Slovensko: PA adopted 20/06 and all five OP submitted
  • France: PA 14/01 and all 32 OPs submitted
  • Portugal: PA 04/02 and all ten OPs submitted
  • Suomi/Finland: PA 17/02 and their one OP submitted
  • Magyarország: PA 07/03and all five OPs submitted
  • Nederland: PA 10/03 and all four OPs submitted
  • România: PA 01/04
  • Malta: PA 01/04 and one OP submitted
  • България/Bulgaria: PA 02/04and all four OPs submitted
  • Slovenija: PA 10/04 and their one OP submitted
  • Sverige: PA 17/04 and nine OPs submitted
  • Česká republika: PA 17/04
  • Österreich: PA 17/04 and their one OP submitted
  • United Kingdom: PA 17/04 and three OPs submitted
  • Italia: PA 22/04
  • España: PA 22/04
  • Hrvatska: PA 22/04
  • Éire/Ireland: PA 22/04
  • Belgien/Belgique/België: PA 23/04 and two OP submitted
  • Luxembourg : PA 30/04

Three ETC (European Territorial Cooperation) OPs have also been submitted

The Commission has underlined that a strategic approach to the use of the funds is critical and quality is more important than speed.

The Commission will continue thoroughly analysing the remaining Partnership Agreements and Operational Programmes, sending observations, where appropriate, to Member States.

The next adoptions are expected in late July/early-August, with the later ones in autumn.

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