(23 May 2014) – European Commission adopts ‘Partnership Agreement’ with Germany, Greece and Poland on using EU Structural and Investment Funds in 2014-2020.
For Germany, the agreement paves the way for € 19.2 billion (current prices including European Territorial Cooperation funding) in total Cohesion Policy funding and €8.3 billion for rural development to be invested in the country’s real economy.
For Greece the Partnership Agreement lays the groundwork for the country’s transformation into a productive economy with €15.52 billion in total Cohesion Policy funding and €4.2 billion for rural development.
Poland’s allocation is the biggest among the EU 28, with €77.6 billion in total Cohesion Policy funding over 2014-2020 and €8.6 billion for rural development.
For the three countries, the allocation under Fisheries and Maritime Policy will be finalised and published this summer.