Bulgaria receives an additional 2m euros to fund cross-border co-operation programs in the period 2021-2027.

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The European Commission grants Bulgaria an additional 2 million euros, which will increase the funds for cross-border cooperation programs with the participation of our country in the programming period 2021-2027.

This is clear from the adopted by the Council of Ministers updated Methodology and indicative distribution of funds from the European Regional Development Fund under transnational and cross – border cooperation programs for Bulgaria for the programming period 2021 – 2027.

In the next seven years, our country is expected to receive a total of 135.5 million euros to finance territorial cooperation programs. Of these, 113.1 million euros are directed to the bilateral programs of Bulgaria with Romania, Greece, Serbia, the Republic of Northern Macedonia and Turkey, and 22 to the budget of the transnational programs “Danube”, “Mediterranean Sea” and “Black Sea Basin”. 4 million euros. Demographic and territorial indicators, as well as the economic and social challenges facing the regions, have been taken into account in setting budgets, with priority being given to less developed areas.

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