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Cross border cooperation programmes in the 2014-2020 period. Csaba Hende Körmend, 07/11/2012. Negotiations on the cohesion policy 2014-2020. Draft legislative package , launched by the Commission , on 6th October 2011

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Cross border cooperation programmes in the 2014 2020 period

Cross border cooperation programmes in the 2014-2020 period

Csaba Hende

Körmend, 07/11/2012

Negotiations on the cohesion policy 2014 2020

Negotiationsonthecohesion policy 2014-2020

Draftlegislativepackage, launchedbytheCommission, on 6th October 2011

TreatyontheFunctioning of the European Union – ordinarylegislativeprocedure (theformercodecisionprocedure)


  • Councilworkinggroups (StructuralActionsWorkingParty, Friends of Presidency)

  • Decisionmaking (COREPER II, General AffairsCouncil)

  • Responsibleforthenegotiationprocess: PL-DK-CY presidencytrio

    • PL: interpretation of theproposals

    • DK: partialgeneralapproachinspecificareasbetweenMSs

    • CY: dialoguewiththe European Parliament

      Negotiationsinthe European Parliament

      11 permanentcommittees

      Expecteddate of closure: 1st half of 2013

Cbc regulatory context

CBC – regulatorycontext

The legislative package on cohesion policy

  • 1 Common provisions regulation

  • 3 Fund-specific regulations (ERDF, ESF, CF)

  • 1 ETC regulation

  • 1 European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation regulation

    2. Other regulations concerning the CBC programmes

  • European Neighbourhood Instrument (ENI)

  • Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA)

Cbc in the cohesion policy

CBC inthecohesion policy

Changes in the cbc regulations

Changesinthe CBC regulations

Thematic concentration

Institutional system

Financial instruments

Rules of implementation

Possibility of involvement of new tools

Competence of the Commission

Thematic concentration


Contribution to the common European objectives (EU2020)

  • 80% of the resources have to be used on 4 thematic objectives (list of thematic objectives and investment priorities are available in the CPR and CBC regulation)

  • In addition to the investment priorities, the following priorities can be supported:

    • Integration of the labour market along borders (mobility, common employment initiatives, common trainings)

    • Cross-border realization of social enclusion and equality

    • Regulatory and administrative cooperation; cooperation between citizens and institutions

Institutional system


Managing authority

  • MA can carry out functions of the CertifyingAuthority

  • Implementation report in each year between 2016-2022, by the end of april

    Joint technical secretariat

  • Same functions as in the current period

  • OP contains the setting-up procedure of JTS

    Audit authority

  • Same functions

  • AA can apply external audits if its authority does not include the whole programme area

Financial elements

Financial elements

Co-financingratecannotexceedthe 75% (and cannot be less than 20%)

Technicalassistance is max. 6% of thetotalresources, but 1,5 m EUR atleast

Rules of implementation

Rules of implementation


  • Partnerscooperateintheelaboration, implementation, finance, aswellasinensuringthenecessary human capacity (thehumancostscan be financedupto 15% of thedirectcostsin lump sum

    Lead partner principleremaines

    General N+3 ruleonpayments

Possibility of involvement of new tools

Possibility of involvementofnewtools

Integrated Territorial Investment – ITI

  • Top down approach

    Community-led Local Development – CLLD

  • Bottom-up approach

Competence of the commission

Competence of theCommission

Determination of the cross-border and transnational programme areas

Elaboration of the rules regarding the cooperation programmes

Determination of the special rules of categories of interventions and accountability

Creation of the rules concerning the implementation reports

Thank you for your kind attention

Csaba Hende

Ministry of National Development

Planning and Programming Department