Greece is the first country to have its programme approved
The European Commission today approved the Greek NSRF (Partnership Agreement) for the period 2021-2027.
The Greek NSRF, which is the first to be submitted and approved by the Commission, provides for the allocation of European resources worth over €21 billion for investments and social programmes.
According to a statement from the Commission, the resources will support key EU priorities, such as the green and digital transition, while contributing to the development of a competitive, innovative, and extroverted development model for Greece.
30% of European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) resources and 55% of Cohesion Fund resources will be used for energy efficiency and emission reduction investments, as well as for waste and water management measures.