IPA III : The Council and the European Parliament finally reached provisory agreement about the pre-accession financial supportJune 4, 2021
Hat: The Portugese presidency negociated with the European Parliament on behalf of the Council to find a political agreement implementing the basis of the Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA III)
The Portugese presidency negociated with the European Parliament on behalf of the Council of the EU to find a political agreement implementing the basis of the Instrument for Pre-Accession (IPA III)
On Wednesday, Parliament and Council negotiators reached an agreement on the instrument governing the 2021-2027 funding for countries on the path to EU membership.
The co-legislators have agreed on the priorities, objectives and the governance of the modernised Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA III) financing. It will be worth 14.2 billion euro and will support the implementation of EU-related reforms in the seven partner countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Turkey.
The IPA III will step up strategic communication and the fight against disinformation and will contribute to the cross-cutting goals of climate and environmental protection, human rights and gender equality. The revised fund envisages improved donor coordination and enhanced consultations with civil society organisations and local and regional authorities.
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Url info description: IPA Factsheet