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The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - financial assistance

The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia - financial assistance

  • Funding allocation for 2013: €113.2 million
  • The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia currently has access to:
    • IPA Component I (Transition Assistance and Institution Building)
    • IPA Component II (Cross-Border Cooperation)
    • IPA Component III (Regional Development)
    • IPA Component IV (Human Resources Development)
    • IPA Component V (Rural Development).
  • Assistance under Components I, III, IV and V is managed by the national authorities.  

    National authorities are in charge of procurement and contracting for IPA projects, with prior appraisal by the Commission (EU Delegation in Skopje). All funding proposals must be submitted in the first instance to the national authorities.
  • Assistance under Component II is managed by the EU Delegation.
  • EU assistance focuses on:
    • Public administration reform
    • Justice, home affairs and fundamental rights
    • Private sector development
    • Agriculture and rural development
    • Transport
    • Environment and climate change
    • Social development

Selected projects

IPA programmes per component

Transition Assistance and Institution Building

One part of the assistance (Component I) focuses on implementing the main priorities of the European partnership. In particular it involves investment and measures aiming at institution building, as well as transition and stabilisation measures still necessary in the Western Balkans. It is delivered through annual national and multi-beneficiary programmes.

National programmes & Project fiches

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

The purpose of support under the Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) programme is to help candidate and potential candidate countries and territories – the Beneficiaries – to progress towards fully meeting the Copenhagen political and economic criteria as well as adopting and implementing the EU acquis. The Multi-beneficiary actions will complement and add value to the support given under the National Programmes.

Cross-Border Co-operation

The other part of the assistance (Component II) supports cross-border cooperation activities between the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia and EU member states as well as with a potential candidate country, i.e. Albania. It also helps the country to participate in the European Territorial Co-operation trans-national programme 'South-East Europe'.

Cross-border co-operation programme with Member States

2007

Multi-annual Cross-border co-operation programme with neighbouring Candidate or Potential Candidate Countries

2007-2013

Cross-border decisions

2007

Regional Development

Human Resources Development

Human Resources Development Operational Programme

2007-2013

Rural Development

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