Member States set out in their recovery and resilience plan the reforms and investments that they aim to implement by 2026. Once submitted, the Commission assesses Member States’ recovery and resilience plans within two months after submission and translates their content into legally binding acts. Based on a proposal by the Commission, the Council has as a rule four weeks to adopt the Commission proposal.
Assessment of the recovery and resilience plan
- Press release: "European Commission disburses €289 million in pre-financing to Lithuania"
- Proposal for a Council Implementing Decision on the approval of the assessment of the recovery and resilience plan of Lithuania and Annex
- Commission Staff Working Document: Analysis of the recovery and resilience plan of Lithuania
- Factsheet: Lithuania’s recovery and resilience plan
- Questions and answers: European Commission endorses Lithuania's plan