NATIONAL CO-FINANCING

The National co-financing is the amount of co-financing not covered by the Union contribution (ERDF or IPAII). The national contribution may come from the partners’ own budget or from other sources. Each partner must commit to providing its own contribution through a project partner declaration.

Targeted information on the ADRION Partner States and their provisions of national co-financing supporting their partners can be found bellow:

Albania

No additional public funds are available at national level to support Albanian partners.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

No additional public funds are available at national level to support Bosnia-Herzegovinian partners.

Croatia

Additional funds at national level could be available to support national applicants on conditions that:

  1. The partners apply for the additional funds;
  2. Contribution to the partners’ co-funding shall depend on the development index of the region where they are located;
  3. Funds are available.

Greece

According to ministerial decision concerning the management and control system of ETC Programmes in Greece, the national co-financing for greek partners participating in ADRION is covered by the Public Investments Programme for the following instiutions:

  • Public bodies
  • Bodies governed by public law
  • Non commercial private bodies

The above contribution to the national co-financing does not apply to commercial private bodies that they have to cover the relative amount by their own resources.

Download Decision on management and control system of ETC Programmes 

Italy

The national co-financing (up to 15% of the total public expenditure – national counterpart plus national public funding) will be funded by the Fondo di Rotazione. The contribution to the national co-financing does not apply to private institutions.

Download Cipe10 2015

Montenegro

No additional public funds are available at national level to support Montenegrin partners.

Serbia

No additional public funds are available at national level to support Serbian partners.

Slovenia

No additional public funds are available at national level to support Slovenian partners.