EEA AND NORWEGIAN FINANCIAL MECHANISMS (2004-2009)
In May 2004 Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway established the EEA Financial Mechanism and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism to support social and economic cohesion within the enlarged EEA. The Norwegian Financial Mechanism is open to the ten new EEA members while the EEA Financial Mechanism is open to the ten new EEA members and to Greece, Portugal and Spain.
Through the EEA and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism, Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway have made 135 million EUR available for projects in Hungary within the allocation of 2004-2009, this amount put Hungary to the second place in the ranking of the supported countries. During the Programme a total of 80 individual projects and 13 block grants were supported and realized.
SZPO currently performs the intermediate body level follow-up tasks of the EEA and Norwegian Financial Mechanisms (2004-2009).
Description of the programme in Hungarian (downloadable):