Saturday, 19 October 2013
Starving and dead dogs but Romanian Government releases broad plan on spending EUR 43 billion of European funds in 2014-2020 window
The Romanian Government has released its first version of how it wants to spend about EUR 43 billion in European cash expected to be allocated in the 2014-2020 funding window.
After months of collaboration between government ministries as well as the Inter-institutional Committee for the development of the Partnership Agreement (CIAP), the European Funds Ministry released its Partnership Agreement 2014-2020 last week.
The document identifies Romania’s development needs and priorities put forward for funding during 2014-2020. Continue reading here.