EU Enlargement: Romania, Latvia, Slovakia, Malta - 1999

Type: Stockshots   Référence: I026705   Durée: 44:30  Lieu: Malta | Romania | Bucharest | Latvia | Slovakia | Timisoara | Riga
These stockshots show a wide range of projects in Romania, Latvia and Slovakia financed under the Phare programme. The subjects include demonstration farms, new customs posts, maritime traffic systems, SME support, road infrastructure, environmental improvement, orphanages and language training programmes. The stock also included general pictures of Malta.

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00:00:22 1. Romania 00:14:36
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00:00:25 1.1 Aerial views - Bucharest 00:00:19
00:00:28 Aerial view of Bucharest , "People's House", now the Romanian Parliament (Chamber of Deputies and Senate)(1 shot) 00:00:06
00:00:34 Triumphal arch (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:00:39 Romanian musical academy (1 shot) 00:00:02
00:00:41 Aerial view of Bucharest (1 shot) 00:00:04
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00:00:45 1.2 Relations EU/RomaniaA brief review of the main high political contacts between EU and Romania 00:01:11
00:00:48 EU President Jacques Santer and Romanian President Emil Constantinescu, speaking in ROMANIAN: "The negotiations period will be inversely proportional to the quality of progress." 00:00:13
00:01:01 Jacques Santer and President Emil Constantinescu welcoming guests at an official reception 00:00:11
00:01:12 Commissioner Hans van den Broek in Romania, meeting Emil Constantinescu 00:00:18
00:01:30 Interview with Emil Constantinescu, speaking in ROMANIAN: "The time is very short, so direct contacts at very high levels are extremely important. We do not have time to build slow and inefficient links. We have had the highest direct contact (with President Santer and Commissioner Hans van den Broek) and, I think that, in this examination, the Romanians have been successful". 00:00:26
00:01:56 Title 00:00:03
00:01:56 1.3 Bucharest - General views 00:01:02
00:01:59 General views of Bucharest, Romanian parliament (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:02:09 Triumphal arch of Bucharest (with flag), historical details, (4 shots) 00:00:18
00:02:27 Romanian Musical Academy (2 shots) 00:00:13
00:02:40 Royal Palace (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:02:52 Street views, people, cars (1 shot) 00:00:05
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00:02:57 1.4 Bucharest - Agriculture, Satellite ObservationA new extension service is being developed with Phare support and UK know-how, with a regional structure and region-level branches. The five agricultural universities are involved in distance learning and model farms, and are now seeking to support a broader range of demonstration activities. The Phare review of research institutions will aim to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the present system to prepare proposals for reform, responding to changing needs. A Phare pilot scheme guaranteeing 1 million ECU for agricultural information collection, based on the MARS approach (monitoring agriculture with remote sensing) is being implemented through the Romanian Remote Sensing Centre for Agricultural Applications, CRUTA, in co-operation with the European Union Joint Research Centre (Ispra). Phare will continue support for developing a national system for estimating and forecasting crop areas and yields, including compiling a full set of detailed satellite images, to ensure that a nation-wide crop information system is in Phare. 00:01:46
00:03:01 Exterior shot of the Romanian Remote Sensing Centre for Agricultural Applications, CRUTA Crop Information System - Agriculture (1 shot) 00:00:02
00:03:03 Interior of the observation centre (4 shots) 00:00:15
00:03:18 Interview with Mr. Alexandru Badea, Manager, in FRENCH, on the CRUTA programme"The Romanian Centre for Satellite Observation for Agriculture is a small section of the Department of Agriculture created as part of an information structure for agriculture in Romania." 00:00:25
00:03:43 Phare Crop Information System (1 shot) 00:00:04
00:03:47 Evolution at CIS2 Stage - graphic (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:03:52 Romania - satellite evolution control (4 shots) 00:00:20
00:04:12 Satellite photos (2 shots) 00:00:09
00:04:21 Satellite antenna (1 shot) 00:00:08
00:04:29 Synthese pictures on the computer (3 shots) 00:00:14
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00:04:43 1.5 Demonstration farms, Dolj region 00:02:32
00:04:46 Pictures of a farm in the Dolj region, cows (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:04:51 "Seaca de Câmp" village (1 shot) 00:00:12
00:05:03 Atmosphere in the village (1 shot) 00:00:04
00:05:07 Cart with horses (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:05:18 Farmers house (1 shot) 00:00:10
00:05:28 Agricultural machines (Phare supported) (1 shot) 00:00:24
00:05:52 Ducks in the pond (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:05:57 Cows entering the farm (3 shots) 00:00:13
00:06:10 Pigs (1 shot) 00:00:07
00:06:17 Statement, in ROMANIAN, from Stephan Radoaca, farmer "The support given by the European expert was more moral than material. He give us some agricultural machines but, more importantly, he give us new methods to cultivate wheat and sunflowers; his method give us better productivity"(1 shot) 00:00:29
00:06:46 Statement, in FRENCH, from Francis Forgeard-Grignon concerning the financial help and the results obtained in each farm. "The $5,000 given to each demonstration farm and the $10,000 for each group of producers was designed to improve the machinery to develop agricultural production. The selection process tried to identify motivated people and who would be capable of taking in charge the future of Romanian agriculture."(1 shot) 00:00:22
00:07:08 Map of Craiova - Dloj Region, showing the demonstration farms (1 shot) 00:00:04
00:07:12 Craiova city (1 shot) 00:00:03
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00:07:15 1.6 Business incubator - SloboziaThe objective of the programme is to promote private sector development through the development of an SME loan culture within Romanian banks. The programme aims to support SME's by mobilising medium-term finance to encourage investment and to foster the growth of micro businesses and SME's. 00:02:03
00:07:18 Business incubator - Slobozia (1 shot) 00:00:03
00:07:21 Street view in Slobozia (1 shot) 00:00:06
00:07:27 FIDEL Small & Medium Size Enterprises, the centre for the social and economic development initiative (2 shots) 00:00:09
00:07:36 Atmosphere in the centre (4 shots) 00:00:23
00:07:59 Statement, in ROMANIAN, from Nicoleta Staicu, Manager of the FIDEL programme in Slobozia: "The most frequently asked question is 'Why do I need a business plan, because even if I have one I will not get a bank loan?' Here we have a lot of work to explain why it is important and how it will help to develop an enterprise project. At the beginning, when we started the course, the people did not want to come, because they did not see how it could be useful for them. Slowly, they started to come and the interest has been growing, and now there are plenty of questions" 00:00:25
00:08:24 Debate atmosphere (2 shots) 00:00:07
00:08:31 Cutaways (2 shots) 00:00:09
00:08:40 Example of an enterprise made with the 'know-how' of the Business Incubator. Textiles Enterprise (3 shots) 00:00:16
00:08:56 Danube at 'Portile de fier' Orsova, situated between Serbia and Romania (2 shots) 00:00:22
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00:09:18 1.7 SME's - Timisoara 00:02:20
00:09:23 Entering Timisoara (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:09:28 Private Enterprises Confederation (1 shot) 00:00:07
00:09:35 Atmosphere in the centre (3 shots) 00:00:14
00:09:49 Statement, in ROMANIAN, from Radu Nicosevici, President of the Private Enterprises Confederation: "This project was born after we had seen the needs of our members. More precisely, a large part of our members have been and still are affected, by the old state mentality represented by the officials we have to meet every day. A lot of approvals, authorisations, attestations, and so on are necessary - that means thousands of hours lost. This also means daily contact with institutionalised corruption; the independent businessman has no instruments to fight against it .He has no authority, no representation, he is like a sacrificial lamb and the government officials treat him just like that" 00:00:51
00:10:40 Cutaways (2 shots) 00:00:20
00:11:00 Enterprise example: exterior of typography company "Grafoprint" 00:00:05
00:11:05 Printing centre, detailed shot (1 shot) 00:00:33
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00:11:38 1.8 Road Infrastructure Reconstruction NR 59 - Timisoara - VoitegThe transport sector has great importance for the Romanian economy. Transport is particularly important for developing links between Romania and the European Union. The railway network is extensive but the road network is one of the least developed in Europe. The long-term objectives of the programme are to help prepare the transport sector for accession to the European Union through support for developing appropriate legislation, institutions, regulatory systems, human resources and infrastructure support market reforms in the transport sector aimed at contributing to overall economic development. 00:00:51
00:11:41 Map of the Timisoara region - reconstruction of road infrastructure 00:00:05
00:11:46 RN 59 to Timisoara (reconstruction of the road with Phare contribution) 00:00:07
00:11:53 Road sign showing kilometres to Timisoara and pictures of the reconstruction (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:12:05 Control border Stamora Moravita to Serbia, passport control (3 shots) 00:00:18
00:12:23 Romania - control border, customs (1 shot) 00:00:07
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00:12:30 1.9 Orphans - Civic education, BucharestReform of the child protection system. Focus will be on introducing new regulations at local level, as well as guidelines and standards for good practice for the various types of child welfare services implementing and replicating new, alternative services and facilitating staff training at county level introducing guidelines for the management/administration of all types of child welfare services. Phare will provide support for restructuring/rationalising residential institutions. Development of a monitoring and evaluation system. Phare will provide support to the Department of Child Protection and the county councils for developing a national monitoring and evaluation system on child protection. 00:00:53
00:12:33 Exterior of orphanage, rebuilt with Phare support (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:12:44 Atmosphere - educational discussions on family and the relations between child's and parents, etc 00:00:16
00:13:00 Children in the meeting room, "How to speak on the phone?" (1 shot) 00:00:18
00:13:18 Bedroom (1 shot) 00:00:05
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00:13:23 1.10 Port infrastructure - ConstantaConstanta is the largest commercial port on the Black Sea with the capacity to link Europe and Western Asia. Located at the mouth of the Rhine-Danube waterway, which links the Black Sea to the North Sea, it belongs to two trans-European corridors, Corridor VII, corresponding to the Danube river, and Corridor IV C branch to Dresden (through Bucharest, Budapest, Bratislava and Prague). Traffic plummeted in 1992 following the break up of COMECON and the imposition of UN trade sanctions on Yugoslavia. However, in recent years, as the national economy has become more import/export oriented, port traffic has grown again substantially. It is expected that the port will handle between 50 and 65 million tonnes in 2001. The 2,400 hectare port area is protected by a 5.9 km northern breakwater and a 5.6 km southern breakwater but these currently remain unfinished, due to a shortage of funds since 1991, and are in need of substantial repairs. Some emergency repair works commenced in June 1995 with government funding and should take two and a half years to complete.To avoid further deterioration, quick implementation of completion and repair works is needed. Phare has guaranteed 17.5 million ECU for this work. 00:01:35
00:13:26 General views of the port (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:13:36 Ship entering the port (1 shot) 00:00:16
00:13:52 Movements in the port (2 shots) 00:00:13
00:14:05 Breakwater "stabilopod" (1 shot) 00:00:07
00:14:12 'Mole' reconstructed with Phare support. (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:14:17 Map of Constanta Port - presentation of the construction sites (1 shot) 00:00:10
00:14:27 Statement, in ROMANIAN, from Mr. Gheorghe Moldoveanu, Manager of Constanta Port "The funds are: 50% EIB, 25% Phare guaranteed support, 25% Romanian Government. This 25% from Phare represents 17.5 millions ECU, a very high contribution to realise this project" 00:00:31
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00:14:58 2. LATVIA 00:21:04
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00:15:01 2.1 General views, Riga 00:02:02
00:15:04 Views of city from the River Daugava (2 shots) 00:00:15
00:15:19 Elevated views of old quarter (2 shots) 00:00:22
00:15:41 Parliament building "Saeima" (2 shots) 00:00:13
00:15:54 Orthodox cathedral (2 shots) 00:00:19
00:16:13 The Dom (Lutheran cathedral) (1 shot) 00:00:08
00:16:21 National Theatre (1 shot) 00:00:06
00:16:27 Commercial street and people (4 shots) 00:00:36
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00:17:03 2.2 Maritime Traffic System, RigaMaritime safety has been assisted by the Phare programme in a number of ways. It has contributed 1.75 million euro for the renovation of 17 lighthouses, provided an echo sounder for the production of new navigation charts and in Riga funded the construction of a new Vessel Traffic Services control tower. This tower with its high performance radar, video and radio equipment cost 5.4 million euro (Phare contribution 1.5 million euro for the building). The tower went into service in May 98. It controls port traffic over the length of Riga port (16 km). Riga port handles 13 million tonnes and 4500 ships annually. 00:03:05
00:17:06 Elevated views of ship and quays (4 shots) 00:00:40
00:17:46 Exterior view of tower (1 shot) 00:00:06
00:17:52 Interior of control room (5 shots) 00:00:44
00:18:36 Views from ship of port activity (5 shots) 00:01:12
00:19:48 Statement, in LATVIAN, from Captain Artūrs Brokovskis, Deputy Director, Maritime Administration of Latvia "It facilitates communications between the control tower and ships entering or leaving the port as well as providing general information to all port users about the movements of vessels thus avoiding delays as cargos are loaded and unloaded in optimum time." 00:00:20
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00:20:08 2.3 Language Training Programme, Riga/DaugavpilsThe question of citizenship for the large Russian- speaking minority in Lavtia is inextricably linked to the knowledge of the Latvian language. Out of a population of 2.43 million, 600,000 are non-citizen residents. Changes to and liberalisation of the Citizenship and Language laws are making it somewhat easier for the minority to obtain citizenship. Knowledge of Latvian history and language are mandatory. However, there remains a shortage of teachers. To assist the Russian speakers the National Programme for Latvian Language Training (with the Ministry of Education as partner) was founded in 1995. With funding from Phare (2 MECU) and UNDP, 19,000 people have attended language courses, and 550 teachers have been trained to date. The language programme unit has produced over fifty learning aids from basic school books to specialist texts (medecine /engineering) as well as CD-ROM's, a radio programme and a highly successful language programme for TV. Broadcast weekly 'Paliga' has become a soap-opera attracting a large audience of both Russian and Latvian speakers. 00:06:32
00:20:11 View of apartments and people, Riga (4 shots) 00:00:27
00:20:38 Views of Daugavpils and people (7 shots) 00:01:03
00:21:41 Exterior of fire station, Riga (4 shots) 00:00:34
00:22:15 Language course in fire station (5 shots) 00:00:39
00:22:54 Statement, in LATVIAN, from Captain Sergeis Smakirs: "My knowledge of Latvian was not good before the course. I will have to go to the Latvian Nationalisation Commission if I want to obtain Latvian citizenship. These courses will help me to pass the language exam and I hope I will get citizenship." 00:00:33
00:23:27 First clip from TV language programme 'Paliga' - now a soap opera (1 shot) 00:00:26
00:23:53 Second clip from TV language programme - idem (1 shot) 00:00:21
00:24:14 CD-ROM language course (2 shots) 00:00:17
00:24:31 Pack shot of language learning materials (3 shots) 00:00:36
00:25:07 Russian speaking and Latvian speaking teachers working on translations of Russian teaching materials for secondary school (4 shots) 00:00:32
00:25:39 Statement, in ENGLISH, from Dr. Aija Priedite, Director, Latvian Language Programme Unit 00:01:01
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00:26:40 2.4 New customs/Border post, Latvia/BelarusThe Latvian State Border Guard is being upgraded and made more professional to bring it more into line with EU requirements.The Republic has invested 5.4 million euro on three border guard investment programmes (1997-2002). The customs and border post at Patarnieki is on the main road linking Riga to Minsk . It has five lanes and is equiped to deal simultaneously with freight, commercial, private and diplomatic traffic . There are eight customs officials on duty at any time of the day or night. Completed in one year and opened in September 1999 at a total cost of 0.24 million euro (Phare contribution 0.1 million euro). It is one of ten border crossings to be assisted by the Phare Border Crossing Modernisation Programme (7 million euro) with the Latvian State Revenue Service. A similar post is already in operation on Latvias's border with Russia. 00:06:04
00:26:43 State border guard operations on Latvian/Belarus frontier (8 shots) 00:01:22
00:28:05 EU sign at new border/customs post, Patarnieki (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:28:10 General view of post (1 shot) 00:00:11
00:28:21 Formalities with truck arriving from Latvian side (2 shots) 00:00:16
00:28:37 Formalities with private car with Russian speaking Latvian who has a non-citizen passport (8 shots) 00:00:47
00:29:24 Interior of customs hall (1 shot) 00:00:10
00:29:34 Sequence of Belarussian truck driver obtaining stamps for export of meat products (9 shots) 00:01:04
00:30:38 View of Belarus border post (1 shot) 00:00:12
00:30:50 Russian truck being checked at the Latvian post (4 shots) 00:00:40
00:31:30 Checking of radiation levels on vehicles arriving from Belarus (3 shots) 00:00:26
00:31:56 View of Latvian customs post and Latvian road sign (1 shot) 00:00:17
00:32:13 Statement, in LATVIAN, from Zigmunds Blazevics, Chief of Patarnieki Customs Post: "The upgrading of customs and border posts is one of the priorities of the Latvian government. Since Latvia intends to join the European Union in due course the border post at Patarnieki is one of the important stages in the process of regularising the level of the customs service and border guards." 00:00:32
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00:32:45 2.5 Bank twinning project, RigaLatvia suffered a major financial and banking crisis in 1995. Now having weathered the Russian financial crisis of 1998 it is expected that of the thirty banks presently operating no more than five will survive new regulatory requirements in the coming years. Phare is assisting the sector stabilise by use of the Twinning Programme. It helps accession countries to adopt and implement the 'aquis communautaire' by a transfer of know-how, expertise and personnel of similar institutions from the member states. Eleven Latvian banks were short- listed for the programme, and Latvijas Krajbanka, the state's largest savings bank (now a joint stock company 60% private, 40% state) was teamed up with its Dutch counterpart , Rabobank and the German Savings Bank Foundation to create a European standard bank. The project, which lasted a year and a half began in June 1998. (Phare contribution 568,000 ECU). A fourteen member team of experts from the Netherlands assisted with the restructuring of the large branch network, credit management, marketing etc. The bank has 1 million depositors and a network of branch and sub-branch offices totalling 333. 00:01:28
00:32:48 Series of bank nameplates (4 shots) 00:00:16
00:33:04 Exterior of Latvijas Krajbanka headquarters (1 shot) 00:00:08
00:33:12 Banking hall scenes (8 shots) 00:00:34
00:33:46 Statement, in ENGLISH, from Dr. Andris Rigerts, Vice President, EU Phare Twinning Project Coordinator 00:00:27
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00:34:13 2.6 Drinking and waste water treatment, MalpilsThe quality of drinking water and the condion of waste water treatment works in three towns in Latvia was such that Phare undertook an emergency rehabilitation project which included the design, supply, provision and installation of new equipment. The total cost was 1.7 MECU. Malpils, 70 kms north east of Riga, has a population of 520,000. It is a centre for wood working industries. The restoration works included the replacement of the equipment for removal of iron from drinking water and extended the network by laying 13 km of new water pipes to private homes. For the waste water system, old pumps and aeration compressors were replaced and new filters installed. 00:01:49
00:34:16 General views of Malpils (2 shots) 00:00:13
00:34:29 Woman washing crockery in sink (3 shots) 00:00:18
00:34:47 Water storage tower and old iron removal filters (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:34:58 New iron removal filters and control panel (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:35:08 Sewerage treatment works - exteriors (5 shots) 00:00:18
00:35:26 New compressors and pumps (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:35:37 Statement, in LATVIAN, from Aleksandrs Lielmezs, Head of Malpils Rural District Council: "The quality of drinking water has increased considerably for which the inhabitants are very grateful. Secondly the technology at the sewage treatment plant has been improved allowing us to say confidently that no untreated waste water enters the Baltic Sea from Malpils." 00:00:25
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00:36:02 3. SLOVAKIA 00:03:10
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00:36:05 3.1 Bohunice nuclear power plant 00:03:07
00:36:08 Exteriors of Bohunice Nuclear Power Plant (3 shots) 00:00:15
00:36:23 Employees walking in a corridor (1 shot) 00:00:06
00:36:23 The controlled zone (reactor) 00:01:29
00:36:29 Employee checking possible radiation in his body having worked in the reactor area (2 shots) 00:00:08
00:36:37 General views of the reactor top : a floor completely isolated from the reactor cylinder where employees can work safely 00:00:06
00:36:43 View of camera linked to the International Atomic Agency in Vienna permanently checking power plant operations (1 shot) 00:00:06
00:36:49 Top of the reactor with ports where the uranium elements are inserted (1 shot) 00:00:05
00:36:54 View of water around the reactor (2 shots) 00:00:15
00:37:09 Top of the controlled area (5 shots) 00:00:43
00:37:52 General view (1 shot) 00:00:06
00:37:58 Employees repairing turbine (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:38:09 Heating area with employees (2 shots) 00:00:07
00:38:16 Control room for both the reactor area and the electric power plant (5 shots) 00:00:27
00:38:43 Statement, in ENGLISH, from Engineer Dobroslav Dobak, Head of the External Relations, Bohunice Power Plant 00:00:30
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00:39:13 4. MALTA 00:02:15
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00:39:16 4.1 General views, Valetta 00:02:12
00:39:18 Aerial views of city, port and farmland (6 shots) 00:00:42
00:40:00 Views of port activity (3 shots) 00:00:38
00:40:38 Shipyards (4 shots) 00:00:27
00:41:05 Parliament building 00:00:07
00:41:12 People (2 shots) 00:00:11
00:41:23 Typical church (1 shot) 00:00:04
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00:41:27 5. GRAPHICS 00:02:31
00:41:30 Pie chart showing Phare funding by country 1990-1998, total 8891 MECUAlbania 493 MECU, Poland 1732 MECU, Hungary 864 MECU, Czech Republic 390 MECU, Slovakia 253 MECU, Lithuania 272 MECU, Estonia 163 MECU, Latvia 207 MECU, Romania 972 MECU, Bulgaria 747 MECU, Slovenia 131 MECU, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia 167 MECU, Bosnia-Hercegovina 282 MECUTo the above must be added Ex-Czechoslovakia 233 MECU, Multicountry Programmes 881 MECU, and Horizontal Programmes 1104 MECU 00:00:28
00:41:58 Romania - Pie chart showing funding by sector 1990-1998 - Total 972 MECU83 MECU: Administration & public institutions85 MECU: Agriculture restructuring19 MECU: Civil society & democratisation141 MECU: Education48 MECU: Environment & nuclear safety8 MECU: Financial sector80 MECU: Humanitarian aid172 MECU: Infrastructure163 MECU: Private sector restructuring62 MECU: Integrated regional measures19 MECU Social development & employment17 MECU: Public health74 MECU: Others 00:00:33
00:42:31 Latvia - Pie chart showing funding by sector 1990-1998 - Total 200 MECU25 MECU: Administration & public institutions1 MECU: Agriculture restructuring19 MECU: Education11 MECU: Environment & nuclear safety19 MECU: Financial sector45 MECU: Infrastructure18 MECU: Approximation of legislation23 MECU: Private sector restructuring13 MECU Social development & employment36 MECU: Others 00:00:27
00:42:58 Slovakia - Pie chart showing funding by sector 1990-1998 - Total 253 MECU45 MECU: Adminsitration & public institutions15 MECU: Agriculture restructuring4 MECU: Civil society & democratisation34 MECU: Education19 MECU: Enviroment & nuclear safety12 MECU: Financial sector40 MECU: Infrastructure58 MECU: Private sector restructuring11 MECU: Integrated regional measures8 MECU Social development & employment12 MECU: Public health 00:00:30
00:43:28 Malta - Bar chart showing funding per year1999: 5 million euro2000: 6 million euro Due to its strong economic state (GDP 8900 euro per capita), Malta receives no funding under MEDA. In 1999 it received 5 million euro as part of overall regional co-operation. Additionally in 1999 it received another 2 million euro under the Notenboom proceedure which allows underspending areas to reallocate. 00:00:12
00:43:40 Enlargement: 2000-2006 - Bar chart showing annual funding1560 million euro - Phare1040 million euro - ISPA520 million euro - SAPARD= 3120 million euro per year for 7 years 00:00:18
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