European recovery plans: figures and priorities
In an effort to respond to the economic and social consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, to limit the risk of differences within the Single Market and to implement the dual climate and digital transition, the European Union has set up a €672.5 billion recovery fund, called the Recovery and Resilience Facility, for Member States in the form of grants and loans.
All Member States have prepared a national recovery plan, which is submitted to the Commission for review and to the Council for adoption. The first plans were adopted on 13 July 2021, allowing for the release of 13% of the amount allocated to each State as pre-financing. Subsequent instalments will be paid out by the end of 2023 if States meet the interim targets set in their plans.
With this interactive map, the Foundation offers you a summary of the plans country by country, showing the amounts, schedules and priorities.