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Serbia - financial assistance

Serbia - financial assistance

  • Funding allocation for 2013: €208.3 million
  • Serbia has access to:
    • IPA Component I (Transition Assistance and Institution Building)
    • IPA Component II (Cross-Border Cooperation).

This assistance is managed by the EU Delegation in Serbia.
As a candidate country, Serbia will have access to Components III to V when the country receives accreditation to manage assistance itself (under the Decentralised Implementation System).

  • EU assistance focuses on:
    • Justice/home affairs – efficient judicial system, fight against organised crime and corruption.
    • Public administration reform – at local and central government level.
    • Social development – social inclusion (especially of the Roma population), employment, human resources development and human rights.
    • Environment & energy – nature conservation, water and air quality, waste management, climate action, renewables, energy efficiency and security.

Selected projects

IPA programmes per component

Transition Assistance and Institution Building

National programmes & Project fiches








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

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