Disbursements under Recovery and Resilience Facility pass €150 billion mark

Following today's payment of €6 billion to Spain, the Commission has now disbursed over €150 billion to Member States under the Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF).

This is an important milestone in the implementation of the RRF, the key instrument at the heart of the €800 billion NextGenerationEU recovery plan for Europe. In just over two years of existence, the RRF has been driving transformative reforms and investments across the EU Member States, fast-forwarding the green and digital transitions and increasing the Union's overall resilience.

As the implementation of the RRF continues at full speed, the Commission has today launched an online, interactive map showing projects supported by the RRF and implemented on the ground by Member States. The map will contribute to further increasing transparency on the functioning of the RRF and on its tangible impact for EU citizens, businesses, and civil society.

https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/ip_23_2068


RAPID, IP/23/2068, 31.3.2023
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