The European Commission has put together a list of the financial support it has provided to Kosovo over the years.
The European Commission reminded that the Pre-Accession Assistance Instrument (IPA) has been the main EU financial mechanism in support of Kosovo since 2007. Through this mechanism, Kosovo has benefited from about 1.4 billion euros.
“In this period, Kosovo has benefited from IPA grants of around €1.4 billion. This includes €600 million under IPA I (2007-2014), €562 million under IPA II (2014-2020) and €231.2 million so far under IPA III. (2021-2027).
Kosovo also benefits from funds from the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF). Investments in Kosovo under the WBIF total €2 billion, funded by an EU grant of around €280 million for 32 projects in the areas of energy (including regeneration), transport, environment, digital infrastructure and social development.
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