In the case of European subsidies, the share of co-financing from the state budget will increase in five regions and the capital in the programming period 2021 to 2027. It will increase from 15 to 30 percent in the Central Bohemian, Plzeň, South Bohemian, South Moravian regions and in the Vysočina region. In Prague, it will increase from 50 to 60 percent. In other regions, it will remain at 15 percent. She informed the Ministry of Finance (MoF) and for Regional Development (MRD).
According to both ministries, the change is related to an increase in the wealth of the Czech Republic and its regions. This money always participates in individual projects financed from European subsidies according to the development of the respective territories.
Minimum shares for project financing have been set for beneficiaries. Kindergartens, primary and secondary schools will pay five to ten percent of the cost of the whole project, for public universities, scientific and research institutions or beneficiaries carrying out public benefit activities it will be five percent.
“In the case of municipalities, regions and their contributory organizations, with the exception of schools, it will be 15 percent. In Prague, the participation of the state budget in the financing of projects is expected for schools, scientific and research institutions and beneficiaries performing public benefit activities, “the ministries said in a joint report.
According to previous information, the current N + 3 rule will change to N + 2 in the next programming period. This means that the subsidies allocated in a given year must be used by the state within two years at the latest, and not within three as before.
At the beginning of last December, Minister for Regional Development Klára Dostálová (for YES) stated that the Czechia will be able to draw approximately 960 billion crowns from European subsidies in the next programming period. Compared to the original proposal from 2018, it is about 450 billion crowns more. At present, the Czechia can draw roughly 620 billion crowns.
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