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Information on proposed indicative financial allocations

With a view to supporting the strategic planning, the Commission (annually) presents to the European Parliament and the Council its intentions for the financial allocations to be proposed for the three forthcoming years, in the form of a multi-annual indicative financial framework.

Table No.1:

Adopted multi-annual indicative financial framework 2007-2013 for the Republic of Macedonia

 Component

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Total

I–Transition Assistance and Institution Building

41.64

41.12

39.33

 36.32

28.80

28.21

27.94

243.36

II –Cross-Border Cooperation

4.16

4.08

4.37

5.07

5.13

5.18

5.24

33.23

III – Regional Development

7.40

12.30

20.80

29.40

39.30

42.30

51.80

203.30

IV– Human Resources Development

3.20

6.00

7.10

8.40

8.80

10.38

11.20

55.08

V– Rural Development

2.10

6.70

10.20

12.50

16.00

19.00

21.03

87.53

Total

58.50

70.20

81.80

91.69

98.03

105.07

117.21

622.50

*Amounts are in million EUR

This multi-annual indicative financial framework presents the Commission’s intentions for allocation of funds, broken down by component. It is elaborated on the basis of a set of objective and transparent criteria, including needs assessment, absorption capacity, respect of conditionalities and capacity of management.

The multi-annual indicative financial framework is an integral part of the annual Enlargement package of the Commission, maintaining a three-year planning manner.

Assistance under this Regulation is provided on the basis of multi-annual or annual programmes according to priorities defined in the multi-annual indicative planning documents.

Programmes specify the objectives pursued, the fields of intervention, the expected results, the management procedures and total amount of financing planned. They contain a summary description of the type of operations to be financed, an indication of the amounts allocated for each type of operation and an indicative implementation timetable. Where relevant, they include the results of any lessons learned from previous assistance. Objectives are specific, relevant and measurable and have time-bound benchmarks.

The Commission adopts the multi-annual and annual programmes, and any reviews thereof.