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Public Consultation Document Cohesion Fund, Just Transition Fund, European Regional Development Fund

OPEN CONSULTATION

 
From:
Parliamentary Secretariat for European Funds, Office of the Prime Minister
​Published on: 9 September 2021
Running till: 8 October 2021
​Last Updated: 9 September 2021
  
1.        Background

The Cohesion Fund (CF), Just Transition Fund (JTF) and European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Programme 2021-2027 is co-funded by the European Union and will support investment in a number of areas, including research and innovation (R&I), competitiveness and digitalisation, natural resources and the environment, transport, education, employment, health, tourism and urban development. The programme is envisaged to invest in six thematic priority areas with a total budget (EU+MT share) of some Eur 971 million (excluding Technical Assistance) as follows:
  • Priority 1: Fostering competitiveness and an innovative and smart economic transformation;
  • Priority 2: Promoting clean and fair energy transition, green and blue investment, the circular economy and sustainable urban mobility;
  • Priority 3: Enhancing transport connectivity;
  • Priority 4: A more social and inclusive society;
  • Priority 5: Fostering sustainable urban development in Gozo; and
  • Priority 6: Facilitating a just transition.
 
Through these priorities, investments shall particularly aim to foster an innovative and smart economy, whilst promoting environmentally sustainable practices; enhance connectivity and foster a healthy environment; strengthen sustainable development in Gozo and facilitate a just transition.


2.        Documents
3.        Submission of input

Interested parties are invited to put forward their views, suggestions and comments in reaction to this document by Friday 8 October 2021.


Written feedback may be submitted:

By email:    
consultationcohesionfunds@gov.mt; or

By post:     The Director General,
                  Strategy and Implementation Division,
                  EU Funds Section,
                  32, House of Catalunya,
                  Marsamxett Road,
                  Valletta,  VLT 1850

We thank you in advance for your input.
Please be informed that submissions will be published on the webpage of this consultation at the end of the scoping phase. The lead Ministry has sole discretion upon the publication of comments.
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Comments cannot exceed 10,000 characters. If you think your submission will exceed this limit please make use of the email address published on this consultation page.   
 
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·         Disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act (Chapter 496)
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