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Daily news21 October 2022Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs

Commission receives payment request from Slovenia for €49.6 million under the Recovery and Resilience Facility

The Commission received yesterday the first payment request from Slovenia under the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF). Slovenia has sent a request to the Commission for a disbursement of €49.6 million in grants (net of pre-financing). Slovenia's overall recovery and resilience plan will be financed by €1.5 billion in grants. Slovenia's payments under the RRF are performance-based and contingent on Slovenia implementing the investments and reforms outlined in its recovery and resilience plan. Slovenia's first payment request relates to 12 milestones covering several reforms in the areas of the digital transformation of the economy, removing administrative barriers, strengthening capital markets, the creation of conditions for growth in tourism, as well as the availability of public rental housing. The Commission now has two months to assess the request. It will then send its preliminary assessment of Slovenia's fulfilment of the milestones and targets required for this payment to the Council's Economic and Financial Committee (EFC). More information on the process of the payment requests under the RRF is available in this Q&A. More information on the Slovenian recovery and resilience plan is available here(For more information: Veerle Nuyts – Tel.: +32 229 96302; Flora Matthaes – Tel.: +32 229 83951)


Publication date
21 October 2022
Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs