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February 1, 2023

MFE sends to EC 2014-2020 Large Infrastructure Operational Program proposal

European Funds Ministry (MFE) has officially sent to the European Commission the proposal for the 2014-2020 Large Infrastructure Operational Program, a press release remitted by the institution.
The document was sent via the Structural Funds Communication (SFC 2014) on Wednesday and has a financial allotment of nearly 9.41 billion euro, promoting national interest investments from the domains of transportation, environment, risk management and energy.
‘The sending of the official proposal for the Large Infrastructure Operational Program represents an important step for Romania, given the development challenges of the 2014-2020 period, as well as the experience of the 2007-2013 period, that demonstrates the importance of efficient coordination and strategic vision in promoting national infrastructure. Given the complexity of this program, we are counting on the support of the European Commission in running a dialogue as efficient and pragmatic as possible in order to approve the program in the shortest term possible’, said the Minister of European Funds, Eugen Teodorovici, according to the quoted release.
In the 2014-2020 period, the Ministry of European Funds will directly coordinate the Large Infrastructure Operational Program, the Human Capital Operational Program, the Competitiveness Operational Program, the Technical Assistance Operational Program, and the Disadvantaged Person Aid Operational Program.
The Human Capital Operational Program was sent on August 6, the Competitiveness Operational Program on July 28, the Technical Assistance Operational Program on July 25, and the Disadvantaged Person Aid Operational Program on September 13.

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