“I call on marshals to be reasonable and distribute these funds fairly,” said the Minister of Funds and Regional Policy Grzegorz Puda, referring to the support the government has prepared for local government entities for their own contribution to EU-funded projects.
The European Commission has launched a special ‘talent enhancement facility’ – the Talent Booster Mechanism, which aims to counteract the negative effects of demographic trends.
Until 31 October 2023, local government entities and their unions are invited to submit applications under the EU’s FEnIKS programme to receive funding for projects aimed to remove concrete from urban spaces. The minimum amount of support is PLN 500,000, with own contribution of 15 percent of the project value.
The European Commission took a decision to transfer additional EUR 48.5m for the Interreg NEXT Poland-Ukraine 2021-2027 programme. The funds have been sourced from the allocations for the cancelled European Territorial Cooperation programmes involving Russia and Belarus.
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