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Parliamentary questions
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5 May 2022
Priority question for written answer  P-001696/2022
to the Commission
Rule 138
Bronis Ropė (Verts/ALE)
 Subject: Cohesion policy funding

Following the Commission’s approval of the EUR 6.4 billion Partnership Agreement with Lithuania for the period 2021-2027, the Commission is stating that ‘cohesion policy funding will be of great benefit to all citizens, wherever they live in the country, as cohesion policy enables all regions to benefit from economic growth and make internal disparities a thing of the past’. Currently, the gap between the more advanced Capital Region of Lithuania and the Central and Western Region of Lithuania is still close to 100% in terms of socio-economic development (per capita GDP is 117% and 65% of the EU average respectively).

Could the Commission therefore say what specific proportion of cohesion fund resources – expressed both as a percentage and a numerical value – that should have been allocated to the less developed region of Central and Western Lithuania on the basis of the GDP indicators was allowed to be redistributed, at the request of the Government of the Republic of Lithuania, to the much more developed Capital Region of Vilnius?

Original language of question: LT
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