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EU /Western Balkans Instrument for Pre-Accession. Gordana Lazarevic Ministry for International Economic Relations Republic of Serbia E-mail:glazarevic @ mier.sr.gov.yu. Instrument for pre-accession (IPA). 5 components: Transition Assistance and Institution Building

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Eu western balkans instrument for pre accession

EU/Western Balkans Instrument for Pre-Accession

Gordana Lazarevic

Ministry for International Economic Relations

Republic of Serbia

E-mail:[email protected]


Instrument for pre accession ipa

Instrument for pre-accession (IPA)

5 components:

Transition Assistance and Institution Building

Regional and Cross-Border Cooperation

Regional Development

Human Resources Development

Rural Development

SAP


Budget 2007 2013

BUDGET 2007 – 2013


Ipa new tasks

IPA – new tasks

  • Regional reflections

    • Programming

      • Scope of projects shifted

      • Balanced infrastructure investments v.s. institution and capacity building

    • Cross border cooperation

      • Regional development issues – needs identified

      • Building capacities and planning on local level

      • New relations between central/local governments/ civil society


Institutional and capacity building

Institutional and capacity building

  • Serbian government tasks:

    • Establishment legal framework for DIS

      • Functional Supreme Audit Institution

      • External budget audit

    • Building Institutions and capacities


Two main projects in 2006

Two main projects in 2006

  • Towards more effective implementation of reforms:

    • improving planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting 2005-2007

  • Road map towards DIS – building institutional support


More effective reforms

More effective reforms

Main objectives

  • Building capacities and systems

  • Improving resource allocation, budgeting and programming of international assistance to meet national policy priorities

  • Framework for better monitoring and reporting

  • More accountability in policy implementation (spending linked to results)


Road map towards dis

Road map towards DIS

TASKS

Forming working group for designing

“GUIDELINES for PROGRAMMING EU ASSISTANCE” by the end of 2005

Designing ‘GUIDELINES”


Why guidelines

Why “GUIDELINES”

  • To include requirements of policy coordination among MIER, SEIO and PRSP IFP

  • To achieve coherence with process of programmatic budgeting in MoF(similar guidelines will be used for budget programming- FOUNDATION OF CO-FINANCING CAPACITY

  • To ensure that DIS requirements related to capacities within public administartion are met within ongoing reforms led by MPALSG


A roadmap towards dis 2006 matching with budgeting cycle

A Roadmap Towards DIS 2006 – Matching with Budgeting Cycle


Towards dis 2006 benefits

Towards DIS 2006-benefits

  • Strengthening Policy Driven Planning

    • “Guidelines” will impose linkages of proposed programs with priorities within European Partnership, Poverty Reduction Strategy and existing Sector strategies

    • LMs will have to consider strategic documents both adopted by the Government and those introduced by EU, which will lead to promotion and alignment of national priorities within the framework of Strategic Documents adopted internationally


Towards dis 2006 benefits1

Towards DIS 2006-benefits

  • Linking Budget with External Resources

    • Level of involvement of MFIN in the programming process will determine level of coherency with budgeting process

    • MFIN will have the opportunity to perform activities with LMs similar to those within programmatic budgeting (expected in 2007)

    • Joint programming of EU assistance and Budget will be a crucial step towards development of other capacities within MFIN, necessary for establishment of DIS


Towards dis 2006 benefits2

Towards DIS 2006-benefits

  • Exit Strategy for EAR Programming Section

    • Described process envisages involvement of 5-10 EC representatives stationed locally; In 2006 these experts will be EAR, but in 2007 they can easily be transferred to EC DEL


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