14.7.2009   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 181/49


COMMISSION DECISION

of 7 July 2009

fixing the annual breakdown per Member State of the amount referred to in Article 69(2a) of Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 concerning support to rural development and amending Commission Decision 2006/636/EC

(notified under document number C(2009) 5307)

(2009/545/EC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 of 20 September 2005 on support for rural development by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD) (1), and in particular Article 69(4) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Following the introduction of the new modulation rules, established in Council Regulation (EC) No 73/2009 of 19 January 2009 establishing common rules for direct support schemes for farmers under the common agricultural policy and establishing certain support schemes for farmers (2), Commission Decision 2006/410/EC (3) has been replaced by Commission Decision 2009/379/EC of 11 May 2009 setting the amounts which, pursuant to Council Regulations (EC) No 1782/2003, (EC) No 378/2007, (EC) No 479/2008 and (EC) No 73/2009 are made available to the EAFRD and the amounts available for EAGF expenditure (4).

(2)

Following the increasing of the total amounts of commitment appropriations by EUR 600 million and by EUR 420 million for the years 2009 and 2010 respectively, decided in the framework of the agreement on the European Economic Recovery Plan (EERP), Council Decision 2006/493/EC (5) was amended by Council Decision 2009/434/EC (6). In order to ensure consistency, such amounts should be set out by Member State following the current repartition criteria.

(3)

Following the adoption of Decision 2009/379/EC and Decision 2009/434/EC the amounts made available to EAFRD should be adapted and added to the annual breakdowns of Community support for rural development.

(4)

Commission Decision 2006/636/EC of 12 September 2006 fixing the annual breakdown by Member State of the amount for Community support to rural development for the period from 1 January 2007 to 31 December 2013 (7) should be amended accordingly,

HAS ADOPTED THIS DECISION:

Article 1

The amount referred to in Article 69(2a) of Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005 is set out per years and by Member State in Annex I to this Decision.

Article 2

The Annex to Decision 2006/636/EC is replaced by the text set out in Annex II to this Decision.

Article 3

This Decision shall apply from the 2009 financial year.

Article 4

This Decision is addressed to the Member States.

Done at Brussels, 7 July 2009.

For the Commission

Mariann FISCHER BOEL

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 277, 21.10.2005, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 30, 31.1.2009, p. 16.

(3)  OJ L 163, 15.6.2006, p. 10.

(4)  OJ L 117, 12.5.2009, p. 10.

(5)  OJ L 195, 15.7.2006, p. 22.

(6)  OJ L 144, 9.6.2009, p. 25.

(7)  OJ L 261, 22.9.2006, p. 32.


ANNEX I

Breakdown by Member State of the amounts referred to in Article 69(2a) of Regulation (EC) No 1698/2005:

(Current prices in EUR)

 

2009

2010

Belgium

2 220 000

1 554 000

Bulgaria

19 500 000

13 650 000

Czech Republic

21 000 000

14 700 000

Denmark

1 740 000

1 218 000

Germany

50 340 000

35 238 000

Estonia

5 340 000

3 738 000

Ireland

15 780 000

11 046 000

Greece

24 720 000

17 304 000

Spain

44 880 000

31 416 000

France

35 520 000

24 864 000

Italy

56 520 000

39 564 000

Cyprus

1 200 000

840 000

Latvia

7 800 000

5 460 000

Lithuania

13 020 000

9 114 000

Luxembourg

600 000

420 000

Hungary

28 440 000

19 908 000

Malta

600 000

420 000

Netherlands

2 280 000

1 596 000

Austria

27 180 000

19 026 000

Poland

98 700 000

69 090 000

Portugal

26 940 000

18 858 000

Romania

59 820 000

41 874 000

Slovenia

6 780 000

4 746 000

Slovakia

14 700 000

10 290 000

Finland

14 580 000

10 206 000

Sweden

12 420 000

8 694 000

United Kingdom

7 380 000

5 166 000

Total

600 000 000

420 000 000


ANNEX II

‘ANNEX

Breakdown by Member State of Community support for rural development (2007 to 2013)

(current prices in EUR)

 

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Total 2007-2013

of which minimum for regions under the convergence objective Total

Belgium

63 991 299

63 957 784

62 458 083

70 637 509

73 167 519

75 495 480

77 776 632

487 484 306

40 744 223

Bulgaria (1)

244 055 793

337 144 772

456 843 751

412 748 664

398 058 913

397 696 922

395 699 781

2 642 248 596

692 192 783

Czech Republic

396 623 321

392 638 892

409 036 387

415 632 774

406 640 636

412 672 094

424 262 250

2 857 506 354

1 635 417 906

Denmark

62 592 573

66 344 571

67 411 254

85 052 762

91 231 467

98 797 618

106 488 551

577 918 796

0

Germany

1 184 995 564

1 186 941 705

1 202 865 574

1 311 256 553

1 322 959 200

1 355 761 509

1 387 114 950

8 951 895 055

3 174 037 771

Estonia

95 608 462

95 569 377

101 036 594

104 667 353

104 639 066

108 913 401

113 302 602

723 736 855

387 221 654

Ireland

373 683 516

355 014 220

346 851 422

363 518 252

351 698 528

352 271 063

351 503 589

2 494 540 590

0

Greece

461 376 206

463 470 078

482 113 090

492 922 509

665 568 186

669 030 398

671 747 957

3 906 228 424

1 905 697 195

Spain

286 654 092

1 277 647 305

1 320 830 901

1 400 090 047

1 227 613 000

1 255 978 191

1 284 264 263

8 053 077 799

3 178 127 204

France

931 041 833

942 359 146

947 341 939

1 091 752 155

1 169 090 147

1 223 917 557

1 278 994 332

7 584 497 109

568 263 981

Italy

1 142 143 461

1 135 428 298

1 183 870 921

1 256 577 236

1 403 606 589

1 422 949 382

1 441 205 996

8 985 781 883

3 341 091 825

Cyprus

26 704 860

24 772 842

23 949 762

23 911 507

22 402 714

21 783 947

21 037 942

164 563 574

0

Latvia

152 867 493

147 768 241

150 342 483

153 226 381

148 781 700

150 188 774

151 198 432

1 054 373 504

327 682 815

Lithuania

260 974 835

248 836 020

249 948 998

253 855 536

248 002 433

250 278 098

253 898 173

1 765 794 093

679 189 192

Luxembourg

14 421 997

13 661 411

13 255 487

13 838 190

13 287 289

13 281 368

13 212 084

94 957 826

0

Hungary

570 811 818

537 525 661

527 075 432

529 160 494

547 603 625

563 304 619

584 609 743

3 860 091 392

2 496 094 593

Malta

12 434 359

11 527 788

11 256 597

10 964 212

10 347 884

10 459 190

10 663 325

77 653 355

18 077 067

Netherlands

70 536 869

72 638 338

73 671 337

87 111 293

90 406 648

96 082 449

102 750 233

593 197 167

0

Austria

628 154 610

594 709 669

580 732 057

586 983 505

556 070 574

545 968 629

532 956 948

4 025 575 992

31 938 190

Poland

1 989 717 841

1 932 933 351

1 971 439 817

1 935 872 838

1 860 573 543

1 857 244 519

1 851 146 247

13 398 928 156

6 997 976 121

Portugal

560 524 173

562 491 944

584 180 154

625 419 895

611 642 601

611 692 105

610 872 156

4 166 823 028

2 180 735 857

Romania (2)

0

1 146 687 683

1 502 691 530

1 401 644 651

1 357 854 634

1 359 146 997

1 356 173 250

8 124 198 745

1 995 991 720

Slovenia

149 549 387

139 868 094

136 508 049

134 100 946

124 076 091

118 858 866

113 031 296

915 992 729

287 815 759

Slovakia

303 163 265

286 531 906

282 749 256

266 600 239

263 028 387

275 025 447

319 809 578

1 996 908 078

1 106 011 592

Finland

335 121 543

316 143 440

308 265 407

313 973 134

298 490 092

294 408 238

288 617 053

2 155 018 907

0

Sweden

292 133 703

277 225 207

270 816 031

280 491 463

269 775 513

268 860 755

266 759 282

1 926 061 954

0

United Kingdom

263 996 373

645 001 582

706 122 271

746 326 084

748 994 332

752 455 626

749 224 152

4 612 120 420

188 337 515

Total

10 873 879 246

13 274 839 325

13 973 664 584

14 368 336 182

14 385 611 311

14 562 523 242

14 758 320 797

96 197 174 687

31 232 644 963


(1)  For 2007, 2008 and 2009, the appropriations from the Guarantee Section of the EAGGF are EUR 193 715 561, EUR 263 453 163 and EUR 337 004 104 respectively.

(2)  For 2007, 2008 and 2009, the appropriations from the Guarantee Section of the EAGGF are EUR 610 786 223, EUR 831 389 081 and EUR 1 058 369 098 respectively.’