24.2.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 45/1


DEFINITIVE ADOPTION (EU, Euratom) 2022/182

of the European Union’s general budget for the financial year 2022

THE PRESIDENT OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT,

having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in particular Article 314 thereof,

having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community, and in particular Article 106a thereof,

having regard to Council Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 of 14 December 2020 on the system of own resources of the European Union and repealing Decision 2014/335/EU, Euratom (1),

having regard to Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2018/1046 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 July 2018 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union, amending Regulations (EU) No 1296/2013, (EU) No 1301/2013, (EU) No 1303/2013, (EU) No 1304/2013, (EU) No 1309/2013, (EU) No 1316/2013, (EU) No 223/2014, (EU) No 283/2014, and Decision No 541/2014/EU, and repealing Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 (2),

having regard to Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 of 17 December 2020 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027 (3),

having regard to the Interinstitutional Agreement of 16 December 2020 between the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Commission on budgetary discipline, on cooperation in budgetary matters and on sound financial management, as well as on new own resources, including a roadmap towards the introduction of new own resources (4),

having regard to the draft general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2022, which the Commission adopted on 9 July 2021,

having regard to the position on the draft budget of the European Union for the financial year 2022, which the Council adopted on 6 September 2021 and forwarded to Parliament on 10 September 2021,

having regard to Letter of Amendment No 1/2022 to the draft general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2022, which the Commission presented on 12 October 2021,

having regard to the resolution adopted by Parliament on 21 October 2021 on the Council position on the draft general budget of the European Union for the financial year 2022,

having regard to the amendments to the draft general budget adopted by Parliament on 21 October 2021,

having regard to the letter of 22 October 2021 from the President of the Council stating that the Council was unable to approve all the amendments adopted by Parliament,

having regard to the letter to the President of the Council of 25 October 2021 convening the Conciliation Committee,

having regard to the fact that the Conciliation Committee agreed on a joint text within the 21-day time-limit referred to in Article 314(6) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

having regard to the Council's approval of the joint text on 23 November 2021,

having regard to the Parliament's approval of the joint text on 24 November 2021,

having regard to Rules 95 and 96 of Parliament’s Rules of Procedure,

DECLARES:

Sole Article

The procedure under Article 314 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union is complete and the European Union’s general budget for the financial year 2022 has been definitively adopted.

Done at Strasbourg, 24 November 2021.

The President

D. M. SASSOLI


(1)  OJ L 424, 15.12.2020, p. 1.

(2)  OJ L 193, 30.7.2018, p. 1.

(3)  OJ L 433 I, 22.12.2020, p. 11.

(4)  OJ L 433 I, 22.12.2020, p. 28.


CONTENTS

GENERAL STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE

INTRODUCTION TO THE UNION’S ANNUAL BUDGET 12
OVERVIEW TABLES OF THE 2022 BUDGET ACCORDING TO THE 2021-2027 MFF 14
OVERVIEW TABLE OF ESTABLISHMENT PLANS OF UNION INSTITUTIONS AND BODIES 30
OVERVIEW TABLE OF BUILDINGS BY UNION INSTITUTION 32

GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE

A. FINANCING OF THE UNION’S ANNUAL BUDGET 41
B. GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY BUDGET HEADING 50

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY SECTION

SECTION I: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT 164
— REVENUE 165
— EXPENDITURE 178
— STAFF 250
SECTION II: EUROPEAN COUNCIL AND COUNCIL 252
— REVENUE 253
— EXPENDITURE 266
— STAFF 314
SECTION III: COMMISSION 316
— REVENUE 317
— EXPENDITURE 383
— STAFF 1135
ANNEXES: 1186
— OFFICES 1187
— PILOT PROJECTS AND PREPARATORY ACTIONS 1350
— OTHER ANNEXES 1585
SECTION IV: COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION 1663
— REVENUE 1664
— EXPENDITURE 1675
— STAFF 1715
SECTION V: COURT OF AUDITORS 1717
— REVENUE 1718
— EXPENDITURE 1729
— STAFF 1766
SECTION VI: EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE 1768
— REVENUE 1769
— EXPENDITURE 1779
— STAFF 1820
SECTION VII: EUROPEAN COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS 1822
— REVENUE 1823
— EXPENDITURE 1834
— STAFF 1872
SECTION VIII: EUROPEAN OMBUDSMAN 1873
— REVENUE 1874
— EXPENDITURE 1887
— STAFF 1921
SECTION IX: EUROPEAN DATA PROTECTION SUPERVISOR 1923
— REVENUE 1924
— EXPENDITURE 1935
— STAFF 1974
SECTION X: EUROPEAN EXTERNAL ACTION SERVICE 1976
— REVENUE 1977
— EXPENDITURE 1990
— STAFF 2039

CONTENTS

GENERAL STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE

INTRODUCTION TO THE UNION’S ANNUAL BUDGET 12
OVERVIEW TABLES OF THE 2022 BUDGET ACCORDING TO THE 2021-2027 MFF 14
OVERVIEW TABLE OF ESTABLISHMENT PLANS OF UNION INSTITUTIONS AND BODIES 30
OVERVIEW TABLE OF BUILDINGS BY UNION INSTITUTION 32

GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE

A. FINANCING OF THE UNION’S ANNUAL BUDGET 41
INTRODUCTION 41
CALCULATION OF THE FINANCING OF THE BUDGET 42
B. GENERAL STATEMENT OF REVENUE BY BUDGET HEADING 50

— TITLE 1:

OWN RESOURCES 51

— TITLE 2:

SURPLUSES, BALANCES AND ADJUSTMENTS 68

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 87

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 110

— TITLE 5:

BUDGETARY GUARANTEES, BORROWING-AND-LENDING OPERATIONS 120

— TITLE 6:

REVENUE, CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS RELATED TO UNION POLICIES 129

STATEMENT OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE BY SECTION

SECTION I: EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT 164
— REVENUE 165

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 166

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 174

— TITLE 6:

REVENUE, CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS RELATED TO UNION POLICIES 176
— EXPENDITURE 178

— TITLE 1:

PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTION 180

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE 205

— TITLE 3:

EXPENDITURE RESULTING FROM GENERAL FUNCTIONS CARRIED OUT BY THE INSTITUTION 221

— TITLE 4:

EXPENDITURE RESULTING FROM SPECIAL FUNCTIONS CARRIED OUT BY THE INSTITUTION 238

— TITLE 5:

THE AUTHORITY FOR EUROPEAN POLITICAL PARTIES AND EUROPEAN POLITICAL FOUNDATIONS AND THE COMMITTEE OF INDEPENDENT EMINENT PERSONS 243

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 246
— STAFF 250
SECTION II: EUROPEAN COUNCIL AND COUNCIL 252
— REVENUE 253

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 254

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 261

— TITLE 6:

REVENUE, CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS RELATED TO UNION POLICIES 264
— EXPENDITURE 266

— TITLE 1:

PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTIONS 267

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND OPERATING EXPENDITURE 292

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 312
— STAFF 314
SECTION III: COMMISSION 316
— REVENUE 317

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 317

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 327

— TITLE 5:

BUDGETARY GUARANTEES, BORROWING-AND-LENDING OPERATIONS 337

— TITLE 6:

REVENUE, CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS RELATED TO UNION POLICIES 346
GENERAL SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS (2022 AND 2021) AND OUTTURN (2020) 383

— TITLE 01:

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION 386

— TITLE 02:

EUROPEAN STRATEGIC INVESTMENTS 464

— TITLE 03:

SINGLE MARKET 520

— TITLE 04:

SPACE 581

— TITLE 05:

REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND COHESION 592

— TITLE 06:

RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE 631

— TITLE 07:

INVESTING IN PEOPLE, SOCIAL COHESION AND VALUES 669

— TITLE 08:

AGRICULTURE AND MARITIME POLICY 757

— TITLE 09:

ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE ACTION 809

— TITLE 10:

MIGRATION 833

— TITLE 11:

BORDER MANAGEMENT 844

— TITLE 12:

SECURITY 861

— TITLE 13:

DEFENCE 888

— TITLE 14:

EXTERNAL ACTION 903

— TITLE 15:

PRE-ACCESSION ASSISTANCE 980

— TITLE 16:

EXPENDITURE OUTSIDE THE ANNUAL CEILINGS SET OUT IN THE MULTIANNUAL FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK 995

— TITLE 20:

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURE OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION 1018

— TITLE 21:

EUROPEAN SCHOOLS AND PENSIONS 1110

— TITLE 30:

RESERVES 1126
— STAFF 1135

Annexes

OFFICES 1187
PUBLICATIONS OFFICE 1188
— REVENUE 1189
— EXPENDITURE 1194
EUROPEAN PERSONNEL SELECTION OFFICE 1219
— REVENUE 1220
— EXPENDITURE 1225
OFFICE FOR ADMINISTRATION AND PAYMENT OF INDIVIDUAL ENTITLEMENTS 1248
— REVENUE 1249
— EXPENDITURE 1254
OFFICE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND LOGISTICS — BRUSSELS 1273
— REVENUE 1274
— EXPENDITURE 1279
OFFICE FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND LOGISTICS — LUXEMBOURG 1299
— REVENUE 1300
— EXPENDITURE 1305
EUROPEAN ANTI-FRAUD OFFICE (OLAF) 1324
— REVENUE 1325
— EXPENDITURE 1330
PILOT PROJECTS AND PREPARATORY ACTIONS 1350
PILOT PROJECTS 1351
— EXPENDITURE 1352
PREPARATORY ACTIONS 1496
— EXPENDITURE 1497
OTHER ANNEXES 1585
EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AREA 1586
LIST OF BUDGET HEADINGS OPEN TO CANDIDATE COUNTRIES AND, IF APPLICABLE, THE WESTERN BALKAN POTENTIAL CANDIDATES AND CERTAIN PARTNER COUNTRIES 1597
EXTERNAL ASSIGNED REVENUE UNDER THE EUROPEAN UNION RECOVERY INSTRUMENT 1600
BORROWING-AND-LENDING OPERATIONS — BORROWING-AND-LENDING OPERATIONS GUARANTEED BY THE UNION BUDGET (BY WAY OF INDICATION) 1604
NOMENCLATURE CHANGES 1649
SECTION IV: COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION 1663
— REVENUE 1664

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 1665

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 1673
— EXPENDITURE 1675

— TITLE 1:

PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTION 1677

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE 1696

— TITLE 3:

EXPENDITURE RESULTING FROM SPECIAL FUNCTIONS CARRIED OUT BY THE INSTITUTION 1711

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 1713
— STAFF 1715
SECTION V: COURT OF AUDITORS 1717
— REVENUE 1718

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 1719

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 1727
— EXPENDITURE 1729

— TITLE 1:

PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTION 1730

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, MOVABLE PROPERTY, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE 1749

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 1764
— STAFF 1766
SECTION VI: EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE 1768
— REVENUE 1769

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 1770

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 1777
— EXPENDITURE 1779

— TITLE 1:

PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTION 1780

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE 1800

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 1818
— STAFF 1820
SECTION VII: EUROPEAN COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS 1822
— REVENUE 1823

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 1824

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 1832
— EXPENDITURE 1834

— TITLE 1:

PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTION 1835

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE 1853

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 1870
— STAFF 1872
SECTION VIII: EUROPEAN OMBUDSMAN 1873
— REVENUE 1874

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 1875

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 1883

— TITLE 6:

REVENUE, CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS RELATED TO UNION POLICIES 1885
— EXPENDITURE 1887

— TITLE 1:

EXPENDITURE RELATING TO PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTION 1889

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, FURNITURE, EQUIPMENT AND MISCELLANEOUS OPERATING EXPENDITURE 1904

— TITLE 3:

EXPENDITURE RESULTING FROM GENERAL FUNCTIONS CARRIED OUT BY THE INSTITUTION 1912

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 1919
— STAFF 1921
SECTION IX: EUROPEAN DATA PROTECTION SUPERVISOR 1923
— REVENUE 1924

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 1925

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 1933
— EXPENDITURE 1935

— TITLE 1:

PERSONS WORKING WITH THE INSTITUTION 1936

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND EXPENDITURE IN CONNECTION WITH THE OPERATION OF THE INSTITUTION 1951

— TITLE 3:

EUROPEAN DATA PROTECTION BOARD 1957

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 1972
— STAFF 1974
SECTION X: EUROPEAN EXTERNAL ACTION SERVICE 1976
— REVENUE 1977

— TITLE 3:

ADMINISTRATIVE REVENUE 1978

— TITLE 4:

FINANCIAL REVENUE, DEFAULT INTEREST AND FINES 1986

— TITLE 6:

REVENUE, CONTRIBUTIONS AND REFUNDS RELATED TO UNION POLICIES 1988
— EXPENDITURE 1990

— TITLE 1:

STAFF AT HEADQUARTERS 1991

— TITLE 2:

BUILDINGS, EQUIPMENT AND OPERATING EXPENDITURE AT HEADQUARTERS 2007

— TITLE 3:

DELEGATIONS 2028

— TITLE 10:

OTHER EXPENDITURE 2037
— STAFF 2039

GENERAL STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE

INTRODUCTION TO THE UNION’S ANNUAL BUDGET

The Union’s annual budget (‘the budget’), as set out in Chapter 3 of Title II of Part Six of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), is the instrument which sets out and authorises the total amount of revenue and expenditure appropriations deemed necessary for the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community for each year.

The budget is established and implemented in compliance with the principles of unity, budgetary accuracy, annuality, equilibrium, unit of account, universality, specification, sound financial management and transparency.

The principle of unity and the principle of budgetary accuracy mean that all revenue and expenditure of the Union when it is charged to the budget must be incorporated in a single document.

The principle of annuality means that the budget is adopted for one budgetary year at a time and that both commitment and payment appropriations for the current budgetary year must, in principle, be used in the course of the year.

The principle of equilibrium means that forecasts of revenue for the budgetary year must be equal to payment appropriations for that year; borrowing to cover any budget deficit which may arise is not compatible with the own resources system and will not be authorised.

In accordance with the principle of unit of account, the budget is drawn up and implemented in euros and the accounts must be presented in euros.

The principle of universality means that total revenue is to cover total payment appropriations with the exception of a limited number of revenue items which are assigned to particular items of expenditure. Revenue and expenditure are entered in full in the budget without any adjustment against each other.

The principle of specification means that each appropriation must have a given purpose and be assigned to a specific objective in order to prevent any confusion between appropriations.

The principle of sound financial management is defined by reference to the principles of economy, efficiency and effectiveness.

The principle of transparency ensures sound information on the implementation of the budget and the accounts.

The budget presents revenue and expenditure appropriations by section, one for each of the Union institutions as defined in Article 2, point 67, of the Financial Regulation. The revenue appropriations common to all Union institutions (own resources, surpluses, balances and adjustments) are presented in a separate section ‘Total revenue’.

In accordance with Article 47 of the Financial Regulation, Commission revenue and the revenue appropriations and expenditure appropriations of the other Union institutions are classified according to their type or the use to which they are assigned. The section of the budget relating to the Commission is classified according to the purpose of the expenditure, with a view to enhancing transparency in the management of the budget with reference to the objectives of sound financial management and in particular efficiency and effectiveness.

On its expenditure side, the budget contains differentiated appropriations, which consist of commitment appropriations and payment appropriations, and non-differentiated appropriations. Commitment appropriations cover the total cost of the legal commitments entered into during the financial year, whereas payment appropriations cover payments made to honour the legal commitments entered into in the financial year or preceding financial years.

For 2022, the expenditure appropriations authorised by the budget totals EUR 169 515 791 060 in commitments and EUR 170 603 315 159 in payments, representing a variation rate of 1,6 % and of 1,5 % respectively by comparison with the 2021 budget (including amending budgets).

In accordance with Article 312 of the TFEU, the budget complies with the ceilings for the year 2022 of the multiannual financial framework (MFF) for the period 2021-2027 in accordance with Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 of 17 December 2020 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027 (OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 11). In this respect, this section (‘General statement of expenditure’) includes two overview tables presenting the budget according to the structure by heading of the MFF, at aggregate level as well as at cluster and programme level.

This section also includes the overview table of the establishment plan posts of all Union institutions (and bodies) and the overview table of buildings.

OVERVIEW TABLES OF THE 2022 BUDGET ACCORDING TO THE 2021-2027 MFF

1.   MFF CEILINGS OF THE 2022 BUDGET

The ceilings for commitment and payment appropriations in the MFF (1) are presented in the table below:

Heading

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

Total

 

COMMITMENT APPROPRIATIONS

1.

Single Market, Innovation and Digital

20 919

21 878

21 125

20 984

21 272

21 847

22 077

150 102

2.

Cohesion, Resilience and Values

52 786

56 200

57 627

60 761

63 387

66 536

70 283

427 580

2a.

Economic, social and territorial cohesion

48 191

49 739

51 333

53 077

54 873

56 725

58 639

372 577

2b.

Resilience and values

4 595

6 461

6 294

7 684

8 514

9 811

11 644

55 003

3.

Natural Resources and Environment

58 624

56 519

56 849

57 003

57 112

57 332

57 557

400 996

 

of which: Market related expenditure and direct payments

40 368

40 639

41 518

41 649

41 782

41 913

42 047

290 534

4.

Migration and Border Management

2 467

3 191

3 494

3 697

4 218

4 315

4 465

25 847

5.

Security and Defence

1 805

1 868

1 918

1 976

2 215

2 435

2 705

14 922

6.

Neighbourhood and the World

16 247

16 802

16 329

15 830

15 304

14 754

15 331

110 597

7.

European Public Administration

10 635

11 058

11 419

11 773

12 124

12 506

12 959

82 474

 

of which: Administrative expenditure of the institutions

8 216

8 528

8 772

9 006

9 219

9 464

9 786

62 991

 

TOTAL COMMITMENTS

163 483

167 516

168 761

172 024

175 632

179 725

185 377

1 212 518

 

 

TOTAL PAYMENTS

166 140

169 209

165 542

168 853

172 230

175 674

179 187

1 196 835

In million EUR, rounded figures at current prices

2.   OVERVIEW OF THE 2022 BUDGET BY MFF HEADING (AGGREGATE)

 

Budget

Budget

Difference

Difference

2022

2021 (1)

2022 - 2021

2022 / 2021

(1)

(2)

(1 - 2)

(1 / 2)

CA

PA

CA

PA

CA

PA

CA

PA

1.

Single Market, Innovation and Digital

21 775 079 340

21 473 535 651

20 816 799 767

17 191 947 232

958 279 573

4 281 588 419

4,6 %

24,9 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

21 878 000 000

 

20 919 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

102 920 660

 

102 200 233

 

 

 

 

 

2.

Cohesion, Resilience and Values

56 038 991 548

62 052 771 658

53 097 938 534

66 361 525 904

2 941 053 014

–4 308 754 246

5,5 %

–6,5 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

312 422 534

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

56 200 000 000

 

52 786 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

161 008 452

 

484 000

 

 

 

 

 

2a.

Economic, social and territorial cohesion

49 708 806 007

56 350 922 710

48 192 116 000

61 868 297 545

1 516 690 007

–5 517 374 835

3,1 %

–8,9 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

1 116 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

49 739 000 000

 

48 191 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

30 193 993

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2b.

Resilience and values

6 330 185 541

5 701 848 948

4 905 822 534

4 493 228 359

1 424 363 007

1 208 620 589

29,0 %

26,9 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

311 306 534

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

6 461 000 000

 

4 595 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

130 814 459

 

484 000

 

 

 

 

 

3.

Natural Resources and Environment

56 235 443 216

56 601 766 838

58 573 814 198

56 356 143 452

–2 338 370 982

245 623 386

–4,0 %

0,4 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

56 519 000 000

 

58 624 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

283 556 784

 

50 185 802

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of which: Market related expenditure and direct payments

40 368 859 305

40 393 039 132

40 367 954 000

40 353 742 883

905 305

39 296 249

0,0 %

0,1 %

 

EAGF sub-ceiling

41 257 000 000

 

40 925 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rounding difference excluded for calculating the sub-margin

800 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net transfers between EAGF and EAFRD

– 618 000 000

 

– 557 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net balance available for EAGF expenditure (sub-ceiling corrected by transfers between EAGF and EAFRD)

40 639 000 000

 

40 367 954 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

EAGF sub-margin

270 140 695

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.

Migration and Border Management

3 091 247 387

3 078 265 566

2 278 829 759

2 686 245 978

812 417 628

392 019 588

35,7 %

14,6 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

3 191 000 000

 

2 467 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

99 752 613

 

188 170 241

 

 

 

 

 

5.

Security and Defence

1 785 291 945

1 237 861 185

1 709 261 441

670 628 243

76 030 504

567 232 942

4,4 %

84,6 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

1 868 000 000

 

1 805 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

82 708 055

 

95 738 559

 

 

 

 

 

6.

Neighbourhood and the World

17 170 442 918

12 916 051 937

16 697 000 000

11 261 039 356

473 442 918

1 655 012 581

2,8 %

14,7 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

368 442 918

 

450 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

16 802 000 000

 

16 247 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7.

European Public Administration

10 620 124 324

10 620 224 324

10 442 813 002

10 444 088 091

177 311 322

176 136 233

1,7 %

1,7 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

0

 

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

11 058 000 000

 

10 635 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

437 875 676

 

192 186 998

 

 

 

 

 

 

of which: Administrative expenditure of the institutions

8 287 945 711

8 288 045 711

8 030 324 720

8 031 599 809

257 620 991

256 445 902

3,2 %

3,2 %

 

Sub-ceiling

8 528 000 000

 

8 216 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub-margin

240 054 289

 

185 675 280

 

 

 

 

 

Appropriations for headings

166 716 620 678

167 980 477 159

163 616 456 701

164 971 618 256

3 100 163 977

3 008 858 903

1,9 %

1,8 %

 

Ceiling

167 516 000 000

169 209 000 000

163 483 000 000

166 140 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

368 442 918

467 248 692

762 422 534

1 286 562 086

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

1 167 822 240

1 695 771 533

628 965 833

2 454 943 830

 

 

 

 

Appropriations as % of GNI

1,12 %

1,13 %

1,16 %

1,17 %

 

 

 

 

 

Thematic special instruments

2 799 170 382

2 622 838 000

3 216 749 598

3 039 364 598

– 417 579 216

– 416 526 598

–13,0 %

–13,7 %

Total appropriations

169 515 791 060

170 603 315 159

166 833 206 299

168 010 982 854

2 682 584 761

2 592 332 305

1,6 %

1,5 %

Appropriations as % of GNI

1,14 %

1,15 %

1,19 %

1,20 %

 

 

 

 

(1) Budget 2021 includes amending budgets 1 to 6/2021.

(Commitment appropriations (CA) and payment appropriations (PA) in EUR at current prices)

3.   OVERVIEW OF THE 2022 BUDGET BY MFF HEADING (BY CLUSTER AND BY PROGRAMME)

 

Budget

Budget

Difference

Difference

2022

2021 (1)

2022 - 2021

2022 / 2021

(1)

(2)

(1 - 2)

(1 / 2)

CA

PA

CA

PA

CA

PA

CA

PA

1.

Single Market, Innovation and Digital

21 775 079 340

21 473 535 651

20 816 799 767

17 191 947 232

958 279 573

4 281 588 419

4,6 %

24,9 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

21 878 000 000

 

20 919 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

102 920 660

 

102 200 233

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 01 - Research and Innovation

13 236 770 624

13 558 016 676

12 646 069 534

10 716 492 949

590 701 090

2 841 523 727

4,7 %

26,5 %

 

Horizon Europe

12 239 157 276

12 559 321 538

11 506 527 000

9 835 078 549

732 630 276

2 724 242 989

6,4 %

27,7 %

 

Euratom Research and Training Programme

270 700 347

314 482 077

265 748 511

253 754 071

4 951 836

60 728 006

1,9 %

23,9 %

 

International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER)

710 094 001

667 793 252

863 994 023

613 638 694

– 153 900 022

54 154 558

–17,8 %

8,8 %

 

Other actions

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

– 100,0 %

– 100,0 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

16 819 000

16 419 809

9 800 000

14 021 635

7 019 000

2 398 174

71,6 %

17,1 %

 

Cluster 02 - European Strategic Investments

5 509 181 851

4 855 505 709

5 238 174 445

3 955 001 493

271 007 406

900 504 216

5,2 %

22,8 %

 

InvestEU Fund

1 196 627 000

1 032 432 172

653 555 000

1 080 964 859

543 072 000

–48 532 687

83,1 %

–4,5 %

 

Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) - Transport

1 758 259 023

1 886 497 000

1 781 787 878

1 424 679 512

–23 528 855

461 817 488

–1,3 %

32,4 %

 

Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) - Energy

800 473 488

588 979 000

787 875 971

474 316 800

12 597 517

114 662 200

1,6 %

24,2 %

 

Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) - Digital

282 882 439

257 005 035

278 235 791

208 032 738

4 646 648

48 972 297

1,7 %

23,5 %

 

Digital Europe Programme

1 247 755 377

848 530 703

1 130 636 962

158 855 542

117 118 415

689 675 161

10,4 %

434,2 %

 

Decentralised agencies

192 724 250

192 724 250

188 092 843

188 092 843

4 631 407

4 631 407

2,5 %

2,5 %

 

Other actions

p.m.

p.m.

375 365 575

375 365 575

– 375 365 575

– 375 365 575

– 100,0 %

– 100,0 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

6 862 000

26 112 549

17 025 000

23 434 199

–10 163 000

2 678 350

–59,7 %

11,4 %

 

Actions financed under the prerogatives of the Commission and specific competences conferred to the Commission

23 598 274

23 225 000

25 599 425

21 259 425

–2 001 151

1 965 575

–7,8 %

9,2 %

 

Cluster 03 - Single Market

952 588 960

903 653 361

899 252 697

833 005 699

53 336 263

70 647 662

5,9 %

8,5 %

 

Single Market Programme (incl. SMEs)

613 544 000

579 977 000

577 519 000

547 761 315

36 025 000

32 215 685

6,2 %

5,9 %

 

EU Anti-Fraud Programme

24 368 999

31 094 000

24 053 000

23 758 262

315 999

7 335 738

1,3 %

30,9 %

 

Cooperation in the field of taxation (FISCALIS)

36 939 861

35 888 504

36 215 550

32 845 655

724 311

3 042 849

2,0 %

9,3 %

 

Cooperation in the field of customs (CUSTOMS)

130 444 000

114 670 328

126 887 000

86 300 000

3 557 000

28 370 328

2,8 %

32,9 %

 

Decentralised agencies

119 735 600

119 735 600

121 438 147

121 438 147

–1 702 547

–1 702 547

–1,4 %

–1,4 %

 

Other actions

10 300 000

9 000 000

7 500 000

7 500 000

2 800 000

1 500 000

37,3 %

20,0 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

17 256 500

13 287 929

5 640 000

13 402 320

11 616 500

– 114 391

206,0 %

–0,9 %

 

Cluster 04 - Space

2 076 537 905

2 156 359 905

2 033 303 091

1 687 447 091

43 234 814

468 912 814

2,1 %

27,8 %

 

European Space Programme

2 008 237 000

2 088 059 000

1 997 403 000

1 651 547 000

10 834 000

436 512 000

0,5 %

26,4 %

 

Decentralised agencies

68 300 905

68 300 905

35 900 091

35 900 091

32 400 814

32 400 814

90,3 %

90,3 %

2.

Cohesion, Resilience and Values

56 038 991 548

62 052 771 658

53 097 938 534

66 361 525 904

2 941 053 014

–4 308 754 246

5,5 %

–6,5 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

312 422 534

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

56 200 000 000

 

52 786 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

161 008 452

 

484 000

 

 

 

 

 

2a.

Economic, social and territorial cohesion

49 708 806 007

56 350 922 710

48 192 116 000

61 868 297 545

1 516 690 007

–5 517 374 835

3,1 %

–8,9 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

1 116 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

49 739 000 000

 

48 191 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

30 193 993

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 05 - Regional Development and Cohesion

36 535 297 509

42 614 597 710

35 379 984 000

45 720 943 337

1 155 313 509

–3 106 345 627

3,3 %

–6,8 %

 

European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)

30 173 831 991

29 597 476 589

29 240 315 000

33 870 954 884

933 516 991

–4 273 478 295

3,2 %

–12,6 %

 

Cohesion Fund (CF)

6 358 784 518

13 013 812 538

6 138 069 000

11 845 314 553

220 715 518

1 168 497 985

3,6 %

9,9 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

2 681 000

3 308 583

1 600 000

4 673 900

1 081 000

–1 365 317

67,6 %

–29,2 %

 

Cluster 07 - Investing in People, Social Cohesion and Values

13 173 508 498

13 736 325 000

12 812 132 000

16 147 354 208

361 376 498

–2 411 029 208

2,8 %

–14,9 %

 

European Social Fund (ESF)

13 173 508 498

13 736 325 000

12 812 132 000

16 147 354 208

361 376 498

–2 411 029 208

2,8 %

–14,9 %

2b.

Resilience and values

6 330 185 541

5 701 848 948

4 905 822 534

4 493 228 359

1 424 363 007

1 208 620 589

0,0 %

0,0 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

311 306 534

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

6 461 000 000

 

4 595 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

130 814 459

 

484 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 05 - Regional Development and Cohesion

34 276 000

36 873 475

31 986 000

34 873 475

2 290 000

2 000 000

7,2 %

5,7 %

 

Support to the Turkish-Cypriot Community

34 276 000

36 873 475

31 986 000

34 873 475

2 290 000

2 000 000

7,2 %

5,7 %

 

Cluster 06 - Recovery and Resilience

1 508 039 285

1 092 578 376

1 079 937 421

1 028 986 793

428 101 864

65 422 107

39,6 %

6,4 %

 

European Recovery and Resilience Facility and Technical Support Instrument

118 691 534

111 970 000

116 364 000

109 182 000

2 327 534

2 788 000

2,0 %

2,6 %

 

Protection of the euro against counterfeiting (the ‘Pericles IV programme’)

850 169

917 426

834 082

782 583

16 087

134 843

1,9 %

17,2 %

 

Financing cost of the European Union Recovery Instrument (EURI)

145 000 000

145 000 000

39 591 000

39 591 000

105 409 000

105 409 000

266,2 %

266,2 %

 

Union Civil Protection Mechanism (RescEU)

101 254 030

186 866 480

148 014 000

193 531 962

–46 759 970

–6 665 482

–31,6 %

–3,4 %

 

EU4Health

839 672 701

353 258 926

327 459 000

127 874 200

512 213 701

225 384 726

156,4 %

176,3 %

 

Instrument for emergency support within the Union (ESI)

p.m.

8 100 000

156 200 000

238 100 000

– 156 200 000

– 230 000 000

– 100,0 %

–96,6 %

 

Decentralised agencies

290 570 851

275 865 544

280 075 339

307 644 524

10 495 512

–31 778 980

3,7 %

–10,3 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

1 830 524

 

–1 830 524

 

– 100,0 %

 

Actions financed under the prerogatives of the Commission and specific competences conferred to the Commission

12 000 000

10 600 000

11 400 000

10 450 000

600 000

150 000

5,3 %

1,4 %

 

Cluster 07 - Investing in People, Social Cohesion and Values

4 787 870 256

4 572 397 097

3 793 899 113

3 429 368 091

993 971 143

1 143 029 006

26,2 %

33,3 %

 

Employment and Social Innovation

106 482 000

87 230 000

102 632 373

85 342 056

3 849 627

1 887 944

3,8 %

2,2 %

 

Erasmus+

3 401 740 438

3 300 756 286

2 663 016 000

2 407 661 931

738 724 438

893 094 355

27,7 %

37,1 %

 

European Solidarity Corps (ESC)

141 427 764

115 935 774

135 713 495

126 612 926

5 714 269

–10 677 152

4,2 %

–8,4 %

 

Creative Europe

406 527 982

400 244 090

306 381 560

236 541 616

100 146 422

163 702 474

32,7 %

69,2 %

 

Justice

43 627 000

37 565 825

46 392 538

45 217 015

–2 765 538

–7 651 190

–6,0 %

–16,9 %

 

Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values

214 902 193

170 326 357

97 539 152

87 778 779

117 363 041

82 547 578

120,3 %

94,0 %

 

Decentralised agencies and European Public Prosecutor’s Office (EPPO)

246 262 181

237 773 002

220 498 295

220 498 295

25 763 886

17 274 707

11,7 %

7,8 %

 

Other actions

8 707 925

6 750 000

8 634 400

7 258 200

73 525

– 508 200

0,9 %

–7,0 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

35 303 000

52 035 405

29 200 000

50 442 173

6 103 000

1 593 232

20,9 %

3,2 %

 

Actions financed under the prerogatives of the Commission and specific competences conferred to the Commission

182 889 773

163 780 358

183 891 300

162 015 100

–1 001 527

1 765 258

–0,5 %

1,1 %

3.

Natural Resources and Environment

56 235 443 216

56 601 766 838

58 573 814 198

56 356 143 452

–2 338 370 982

245 623 386

–4,0 %

0,4 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

56 519 000 000

 

58 624 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

283 556 784

 

50 185 802

 

 

 

 

 

 

Of which: Market related expenditure and direct payments

40 368 859 305

40 393 039 132

40 367 954 000

40 353 742 883

905 305

39 296 249

0,0 %

0,1 %

 

EAGF sub-ceiling

41 257 000 000

 

40 925 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rounding difference excluded for calculating the sub-margin

800 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net transfers between EAGF and EAFRD

– 618 800 000

 

– 557 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Net balance available for EAGF expenditure (sub-ceiling corrected by transfers between EAGF and EAFRD)

40 639 000 000

 

40 367 954 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

EAGF sub-margin

270 140 695

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 08 - Agriculture and Maritime Policy

54 257 880 349

56 006 922 390

56 644 038 293

55 924 594 194

–2 386 157 944

82 328 196

–4,2 %

0,1 %

 

European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (EAGF)

40 368 859 305

40 393 039 132

40 367 954 000

40 353 742 883

905 305

39 296 249

0,0 %

0,1 %

 

European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD)

12 727 698 920

14 680 190 175

15 344 989 960

14 572 200 000

–2 617 291 040

107 990 175

–17,1 %

0,7 %

 

European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund (EMFAF)

971 874 000

732 413 496

760 744 000

829 378 768

211 130 000

–96 965 272

27,8 %

–11,7 %

 

Sustainable Fisheries Partnership Agreements (SFPA) and Regional Fisheries Management Organisations (RFMO)

159 218 754

166 390 754

151 609 290

144 484 500

7 609 464

21 906 254

5,0 %

15,2 %

 

Decentralised agencies

28 738 870

28 738 870

18 741 043

18 741 043

9 997 827

9 997 827

53,3 %

53,3 %

 

Other actions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

1 490 500

6 149 963

p.m.

6 047 000

1 490 500

102 963

 

1,7 %

 

Cluster 09 - Environment and Climate Action

1 977 562 867

594 844 448

1 929 775 905

431 549 258

47 786 962

163 295 190

2,5 %

37,8 %

 

Programme for Environment and Climate Action (LIFE)

755 545 484

528 533 576

738 505 372

371 471 954

17 040 112

157 061 622

2,3 %

42,3 %

 

Just Transition Fund

1 159 748 744

1 315 000

1 137 009 000

42 448

22 739 744

1 272 552

2,0 %

2 997,9 %

 

Public sector loan facility under the Just Transition Mechanism (JTM)

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Decentralised agencies

54 147 639

54 147 639

50 761 533

50 761 533

3 386 106

3 386 106

6,7 %

6,7 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

8 121 000

10 848 233

3 500 000

9 273 323

4 621 000

1 574 910

132,0 %

17,0 %

4.

Migration and Border Management

3 091 247 387

3 078 265 566

2 278 829 759

2 686 245 978

812 417 628

392 019 588

35,7 %

14,6 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

3 191 000 000

 

2 467 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

99 752 613

 

188 170 241

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 10 - Migration

1 273 116 205

1 445 427 205

1 011 065 714

1 439 158 714

262 050 491

6 268 491

25,9 %

0,4 %

 

Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF)

1 119 455 000

1 291 766 000

873 255 000

1 301 348 000

246 200 000

–9 582 000

28,2 %

–0,7 %

 

Decentralised agencies

153 661 205

153 661 205

137 810 714

137 810 714

15 850 491

15 850 491

11,5 %

11,5 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 11 - Border Management

1 818 131 182

1 632 838 361

1 267 764 045

1 247 087 264

550 367 137

385 751 097

43,4 %

30,9 %

 

Integrated Border Management Fund (IBMF) - Instrument for border management and visa (BMVI)

671 117 589

510 891 340

398 014 000

488 178 219

273 103 589

22 713 121

68,6 %

4,7 %

 

Integrated Border Management Fund (IBMF) - Instrument for financial support for customs control equipment (CCEi)

138 190 000

136 255 561

135 480 000

32 964 000

2 710 000

103 291 561

2,0 %

313,3 %

 

Decentralised agencies

1 008 823 593

985 691 460

734 270 045

725 945 045

274 553 548

259 746 415

37,4 %

35,8 %

5.

Security and Defence

1 785 291 945

1 237 861 185

1 709 261 441

670 628 243

76 030 504

567 232 942

4,4 %

84,6 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

1 868 000 000

 

1 805 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

82 708 055

 

82 708 055

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 12 - Security

607 847 431

583 247 185

536 501 243

527 390 243

71 346 188

55 856 942

13,3 %

10,6 %

 

Internal Security Fund (ISF)

227 092 000

240 730 000

175 643 000

180 582 000

51 449 000

60 148 000

29,3 %

33,3 %

 

Nuclear decommissioning (Lithuania)

98 900 000

40 000 000

72 500 000

50 000 000

26 400 000

–10 000 000

36,4 %

–20,0 %

 

Nuclear Safety and decommissioning (incl. For Bulgaria and Slovakia)

43 938 672

65 310 000

69 205 000

78 355 000

–25 266 328

–13 045 000

–36,5 %

–16,6 %

 

Decentralised agencies

215 942 185

215 942 185

197 614 243

197 614 243

18 327 942

18 327 942

9,3 %

9,3 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

p.m.

400 000

p.m.

p.m.

 

400 000

 

 

 

Actions financed under the prerogatives of the Commission and specific competences conferred to the Commission

21 974 574

20 865 000

21 539 000

20 839 000

435 574

26 000

2,0 %

0,1 %

 

Cluster 13 - Defence

1 177 444 514

654 614 000

1 172 760 198

143 238 000

4 684 316

511 376 000

0,4 %

357,0 %

 

European Defence Fund (Research)

318 346 621

177 508 000

283 262 000

13 112 000

35 084 621

164 396 000

12,4 %

1 253,8 %

 

European Defence Fund (Non Research)

627 354 000

378 930 000

662 436 000

108 962 000

–35 082 000

269 968 000

–5,3 %

247,8 %

 

Military Mobility

231 743 893

98 176 000

227 062 198

16 664 000

4 681 695

81 512 000

2,1 %

489,2 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

4 500 000

 

–4 500 000

 

– 100,0 %

6.

Neighbourhood and the World

17 170 442 918

12 916 051 937

16 697 000 000

11 261 039 356

473 442 918

1 655 012 581

2,8 %

14,7 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

368 442 918

 

450 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

16 802 000 000

 

16 247 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cluster 14 - External Action

15 158 937 445

10 544 347 150

14 795 561 527

9 378 643 283

363 375 918

1 165 703 867

2,5 %

12,4 %

 

Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument — Global Europe

12 716 647 047

7 891 721 595

12 521 293 148

6 964 340 809

195 353 899

927 380 786

1,6 %

13,3 %

 

European Instrument for International Nuclear Safety Cooperation (INSC)

38 580 000

32 639 508

37 620 000

32 504 800

960 000

134 708

2,6 %

0,4 %

 

Humanitarian aid (HUMA)

1 806 059 463

2 091 645 990

1 652 643 796

1 900 102 550

153 415 667

191 543 440

9,3 %

10,1 %

 

Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP)

361 745 935

333 591 505

351 927 000

328 668 070

9 818 935

4 923 435

2,8 %

1,5 %

 

Overseas Countries and Territories (OCT)

68 964 000

52 446 596

67 000 000

33 427 718

1 964 000

1 964 000

2,9 %

2,9 %

 

Other actions

72 171 135

47 171 135

72 054 069

41 605 027

117 066

5 566 108

0,2 %

13,4 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

p.m.

p.m.

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Actions financed under the prerogatives of the Commission and specific competences conferred to the Commission

94 769 865

95 130 821

93 023 514

77 994 309

1 746 351

17 136 512

1,9 %

22,0 %

 

Cluster 15 - Pre-accession Assistance

2 011 505 473

2 371 704 787

1 901 438 473

1 882 396 073

110 067 000

489 308 714

5,8 %

26,0 %

 

Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA III)

2 011 505 473

2 371 704 787

1 901 438 473

1 882 396 073

110 067 000

489 308 714

5,8 %

26,0 %

 

Pilot projects and preparatory actions

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

p.m.

 

 

 

 

7.

European Public Administration

10 620 124 324

10 620 224 324

10 442 813 002

10 444 088 091

177 311 322

176 136 233

1,7 %

1,7 %

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

0

 

0

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ceiling

11 058 000 000

 

10 635 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

437 875 676

 

192 186 998

 

 

 

 

 

 

of which: Administrative expenditure of the institutions

8 287 945 711

8 288 045 711

8 030 324 720

8 031 599 809

257 620 991

256 445 902

3,2 %

3,2 %

 

Sub-ceiling

8 528 000 000

 

8 216 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sub-margin

240 054 289

 

185 675 280

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pensions

2 124 614 000

2 124 614 000

2 214 957 000

2 214 957 000

–90 343 000

–90 343 000

–4,1 %

–4,1 %

 

Staff Pensions

2 085 785 000

2 085 785 000

2 178 642 000

2 178 642 000

–92 857 000

–92 857 000

–4,3 %

–4,3 %

 

Pensions of former Members — Institutions

38 829 000

38 829 000

36 315 000

36 315 000

2 514 000

2 514 000

6,9 %

6,9 %

 

European Schools

207 564 613

207 564 613

197 531 282

197 531 282

10 033 331

10 033 331

5,1 %

5,1 %

 

European Parliament

740 000

740 000

651 000

651 000

89 000

89 000

13,7 %

13,7 %

 

Commission

206 622 116

206 622 116

196 637 399

196 637 399

9 984 717

9 984 717

5,1 %

5,1 %

 

Court of Justice of the European Union

46 000

46 000

46 000

46 000

0

0

0

0

 

European Ombudsman

124 697

124 697

179 083

179 083

–54 386

–54 386

–30,4 %

–30,4 %

 

European External Action Service

31 800

31 800

17 800

17 800

14 000

14 000

78,7 %

78,7 %

 

Administrative expenditure of the institutions

8 287 945 711

8 288 045 711

8 030 324 720

8 031 599 809

257 620 991

256 445 902

3,2 %

3,2 %

 

European Parliament

2 112 164 198

2 112 164 198

2 062 870 135

2 062 870 135

49 294 063

49 294 063

2,4 %

2,4 %

 

European Council and Council

611 473 556

611 473 556

594 386 954

594 386 954

17 086 602

17 086 602

2,9 %

2,9 %

 

Commission

3 868 129 450

3 868 229 450

3 724 183 236

3 725 458 325

143 946 214

142 771 125

3,9 %

3,8 %

 

Court of Justice of the European Union

464 774 000

464 774 000

444 003 000

444 003 000

20 771 000

20 771 000

4,7 %

4,7 %

 

European Court of Auditors

162 141 175

162 141 175

153 721 727

153 721 727

8 419 448

8 419 448

5,5 %

5,5 %

 

European Economic and Social Committee

150 871 643

150 871 643

145 024 938

145 024 938

5 846 705

5 846 705

4,0 %

4,0 %

 

European Committee of the Regions

108 376 858

108 376 858

106 740 880

106 740 880

1 635 978

1 635 978

1,5 %

1,5 %

 

European Ombudsman

12 097 411

12 097 411

12 322 753

12 322 753

– 225 342

– 225 342

–1,8 %

–1,8 %

 

European Data Protection Supervisor

20 202 000

20 202 000

19 463 193

19 463 193

738 807

738 807

3,8 %

3,8 %

 

European External Action Service

777 715 420

777 715 420

767 607 904

767 607 904

10 107 516

10 107 516

1,3 %

1,3 %

Appropriations for headings

166 716 620 678

167 980 477 159

163 616 456 701

164 971 618 256

3 100 163 977

3 008 858 903

1,9 %

1,8 %

 

Ceiling

167 516 000 000

169 209 000 000

163 483 000 000

166 140 000 000

 

 

 

 

 

Of which under Flexibility Instrument

368 442 918

467 248 692

762 422 534

1 286 562 086

 

 

 

 

 

Margin

799 379 322

1 695 771 533

– 133 456 701

2 454 943 830

 

 

 

 

Appropriations as % of GNI

1,12 %

1,13 %

1,16 %

1,17 %

 

 

 

 

 

Thematic special instruments

2 799 170 382

2 622 838 000

3 216 749 598

3 039 364 598

– 417 579 216

– 416 526 598

–13,0 %

–13,7 %

 

Solidarity and Emergency Aid Reserve (SEAR)

1 298 919 000

1 298 919 000

1 321 431 598

1 321 431 598

–22 512 598

–22 512 598

–1,7 %

–1,7 %

 

European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF)

201 332 382

25 000 000

197 385 000

20 000 000

3 947 382

5 000 000

2,0 %

25,0 %

 

Brexit Adjustment Reserve (BAR)

1 298 919 000

1 298 919 000

1 697 933 000

1 697 933 000

– 399 014 000

– 399 014 000

–23,5 %

–23,5 %

Total appropriations

169 515 791 060

170 603 315 159

166 833 206 299

168 010 982 854

2 682 584 761

2 592 332 305

1,6 %

1,5 %

Appropriations as % of GNI

1,14 %

1,15 %

1,19 %

1,20 %

 

 

 

 

(1) Budget 2021 includes amending budgets 1 to 6/2021.

(Commitment appropriations (CA) and payment appropriations (PA) in EUR at current prices)

OVERVIEW TABLE OF ESTABLISHMENT PLANS OF UNION INSTITUTIONS AND BODIES

Institution

Budget 2022

Budget 2021 (1)

Permanent posts

Temporary posts

Total

Permanent posts

Temporary posts

Total

European Parliament

5 409

1 364

6 773

5 438

1 282

6 720

European Council and Council

2 994

35

3 029

2 994

35

3 029

Commission

23 070

404

23 474

23 120

406

23 526

Administration

18 362

375

18 737

18 366

375

18 741

Research and innovation – Joint Research Centre

1 711

 

1 711

1 737

 

1 737

Research and innovation – Indirect action

1 378

5

1 383

1 378

5

1 383

Publications Office

591

 

591

593

 

593

European Personnel Selection Office

108

1

109

106

1

107

Office for Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements

166

 

166

160

 

160

Office for Infrastructure and Logistics — Brussels

334

1

335

354

1

355

Office for Infrastructure and Logistics — Luxembourg

120

 

120

121

 

121

European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF)

300

22

322

305

24

329

Court of Justice of the European Union

1 546

564

2 110

1 534

563

2 097

European Court of Auditors

687

186

873

687

166

853

European Economic and Social Committee

629

40

669

630

39

669

European Committee of the Regions

437

59

496

435

59

494

European Ombudsman

41

32

73

41

32

73

European Data Protection Supervisor

84

 

84

84

 

84

European External Action Service

1 752

1

1 753

1 741

1

1 742

Total

36 649

2 685

39 334

36 704

2 583

39 287


Bodies set up by the Union and having legal personality

Budget 2022

2021 (1)

Permanent posts

Temporary posts

Total

Permanent posts

Temporary posts

Total

Decentralised agencies

89

7 624

7 713

93

7 064

7 157

European joint undertakings

48

242

290

49

241

290

European Institute of Innovation and Technology

 

45

45

 

45

45

Executive agencies

 

840

840

 

807

807

Total

137

8 751

8 888

142

8 157

8 299

(1) The figures in this column correspond to those in the 2021 budget (OJ L 93, 17.03.2021) plus amending budgets 1/2021 to 6/2021

OVERVIEW TABLE OF BUILDINGS BY UNION INSTITUTION

Institutions

Buildings rented

Buildings owned  (2)

Appropriations 2022  (3)

Appropriations 2021  (3)

Section I

European Parliament

25 204 212

27 301 000

780 480 386

Section II

European Council and Council

457 000

457 000

416 733 797

Section III

Commission:

333 122 819

325 022 100

1 328 122 457,73

 

— headquarters (Brussels and Luxembourg)

247 279 000

238 984 000

1 110 654 407,61

 

— research contribution to headquarters

21 992 000

21 496 000

 

 

— offices in the Union

11 941 000

12 113 000

12 563 930,75

 

— health and food audits and analysis offices in Grange

95 000

2 185 000

8 949 105,75

 

— Union delegations (4)

22 180 000

22 097 000

 

— Joint Research Centre

1 420 819

1 400 000

195 955 013,62

 

— Publications Office of the European Union

10 546 000

7 787 100

 

— European Anti-Fraud Office

5 607 000

5 507 000

 

— European Personnel Selection Office

1 546 000

3 058 000

 

— Office for Administration and Payment of Individual Entitlements

2 287 000

2 264 000

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics, Brussels

6 236 000

6 138 000

 

— Office for Infrastructure and Logistics, Luxembourg

1 993 000

1 993 000

Section IV

Court of Justice of the European Union

35 723 000

37 220 000

363 384 199,01  (5)

Section V

European Court of Auditors

145 000

100 000

57 661 646,05

Section VI

European Economic and Social Committee

15 634 345

15 906 292  (6)

84 940 494,37

Section VII

European Committee of the Regions

11 546 365

11 689 634

55 038 672,00

Section VIII

European Ombudsman

1 642 000

1 516 000

Section IX

European Data Protection Supervisor

2 243 000

2 215 899

Section X

European External Action Service:

 

 

380 199 300,39  (7)

 

— headquarters (Brussels)

26 963 500

22 007 400

 

 

— Union delegations

95 792 000

97 483 000

 

 

Total

 

 

3 466 560 952,55

 (2)  (3)  (4)  (5)  (6)  (7)


Institution

Location

Year of purchase

Net booked value  (8)

Subtotal

Total

European Parliament

Brussels

 

 

533 576 674

 

Paul-Henri Spaak

1993

66 014 256

 

 

Altiero Spinelli

1995

53 603 654

 

 

Willy Brandt

2007

48 993 099

 

 

József Antall

2008

71 491 944

 

 

Stefan Zweig

1999

40 661 575

 

 

Montoyer 75

2006

20 271 045

 

 

Trèves 1

2011

21 384 934

 

 

Maison de l'Histoire européenne

2008

37 514 604

 

 

Wayenberg

2003

4 126 237

 

 

Remard

2010

14 846 167

 

 

Montoyer 70

2012

14 255 649

 

 

Wilfried Martens

2016

140 413 512

 

 

Strasbourg

 

 

180 321 740

 

Louise Weiss

1998

87 275 610

 

 

Winston Churchill

2006

9 812 538

 

 

Salvador de Madariaga

2006

63 247 219

 

 

Pierre Pflimlin

2006

250 205

 

 

Václav Havel

2012

19 736 168

 

 

Luxembourg

 

 

16 123 781

 

Konrad Adenauer

2003

16 123 781

 

 

Bazoches

 

 

3 293 000

 

Jean Monnet House

1982

3 293 000

 

 

Offices in the Union

 

 

47 165 191

 

Lisbon

1986

53 474

 

 

Athens

1991

1 416 130

 

 

Copenhagen

2005

2 091 045

 

 

The Hague

2006

3 236 200

 

 

Valletta

2006

1 585 435

 

 

Nicosia

2006

2 001 231

 

 

Vienna

2008

19 370 040

 

 

London

2008

7 668 548

 

 

Budapest

2010

2 735 988

 

 

Sofia

2013

7 007 100

 

European Council and Council

Brussels

 

 

416 733 797

 

Land

 

73 297 651

 

 

Justus Lipsius (revaluation review planned for 2021)

1995

0

 

 

Crèche

2006

6 031 310

 

 

Lex

Europa

2007

2016

88 721 112

248 683 724

 

Commission

Brussels

 

 

928 971 132,18

 

Overijse

1997

568 652,00

 

 

Overijse

2015

5 664 313,38

 

 

Loi 130

1987

51 696 277,69

 

 

Breydel

1989

7 298 833,00

 

 

Clovis

1995

4 012 006,00

 

 

Cours Saint-Michel 1

1997

11 648 027,06

 

 

Belliard 232 (9)

1997

11 645 145,01

 

 

Demot 24 (9)

1997

20 917 273,09

 

 

Breydel II

1997

21 551 634,75

 

 

Beaulieu 29/31/33

1998

17 971 756,45

 

 

Charlemagne

1997

60 304 290,20

 

 

Demot 28 (9)

1999

17 002 035,57

 

 

Joseph II 99 (9)

1998

11 961 662,11

 

 

Loi 86

1998

23 855 528,78

 

 

Luxembourg 46 (10)

1999

24 569 951,63

 

 

Montoyer 59 (9)

1998

11 418 473,70

 

 

Froissart 101 (9)

2000

13 287 811,52

 

 

VM 18 (9)

2000

10 543 892,02

 

 

Joseph II 70 (9)

2000

25 156 096,73

 

 

Loi 41 (9)

2000

40 135 664,43

 

 

SC 11 (9)

2000

14 293 024,58

 

 

Joseph II 30 (11)

2000

19 608 561,05

 

 

Joseph II 54 (9)

2001

23 538 489,82

 

 

Joseph II 79 (9)

2002

24 142 989,27

 

 

VM2 (9)

2001

23 660 220,67

 

 

Palmerston

2002

4 322 249,22

 

 

SPA 3 (9)

2003

17 944 360,50

 

 

Berlaymont (9)

2004

222 906 224,99

 

 

CCAB (9)

2005

34 017 340,90

 

 

BU-25

2006

35 550 722,32

 

 

Cornet-Leman

2006

14 550 670,30

 

 

Madou

2006

75 910 330,80

 

 

WALI

2009

13 228 890,33

 

 

NOHE

2017

14 087 732,31

 

 

Luxembourg

 

 

181 683 275,43

 

Euroforum (9)

2004

49 544 390,85

 

 

Foyer européen

2009

7 452 504,01

 

 

CPE V

2012

17 588 818,03

 

 

Jean Monnet 2

2018

107 097 562,54

 

 

Offices in the Union

 

 

12 563 930,75

 

Lisbon

1986

 

 

 

1993

 

 

Marseille

1991

 

 

 

1993

 

 

Milan

1986

 

 

Copenhagen

2005

2 068 981,61

 

 

Valletta

2007

1 631 436,66

 

 

Nicosia (Byron)

2006

2 001 231,45

 

 

The Hague

2006

3 064 560,73

 

 

London (12)

2010

 

 

 

Budapest

2010

3 797 720,30

 

 

Joint Research Centre

 

 

195 955 013,62

 

Ispra

 

92 439 355,08

 

 

Geel

 

26 719 975,81

 

 

Karlsruhe

 

69 590 520,97

 

 

Petten

 

7 205 161,76

 

 

Health and food audits and analysis offices in Grange

 

 

8 949 105,75

 

Grange (Ireland) (13)

2002

8 949 105,75

 

 

Total Commission

 

 

1 328 122 457,73

Court of Justice of the European Union

Luxembourg

 

 

363 384 199,01

 

Annex ‘A’ — Erasmus, Annex ‘B’ — Thomas More and Annex ‘C’

New Palais buildings complex (renovated original Palais, Anneau, two towers and connecting gallery)

Third Tower

2013

2008

2019

51 403 961,62

193 276 295,96

118 703 941,43

 

Court of Auditors

Luxembourg

 

 

57 661 646,05

 

Land

1990

760 443,00

 

 

Luxembourg (K1)

1990

3 846 147,86

 

 

Luxembourg (K2)

2004

10 556 070,51

 

 

Luxembourg (K3)

2009

42 498 984,68

 

European Economic and Social Committee (9)

Brussels

 

 

84 940 494,37

 

Montoyer 92-102

2001

20 748 909,07

 

 

Belliard 99-101

2001

49 416 969,80

 

 

Belliard 68-72

2004

6 002 965,20

 

 

Trèves 74

2005

5 469 304,80

 

 

Belliard 93

2005

3 302 345,50

 

Committee of the Regions (14)

Brussels

 

 

55 038 672

 

Montoyer 92-102

2001

10 219 612

 

 

Belliard 101-103

2001

24 334 945

 

 

Belliard 68

2004

8 977 812

 

 

Trèves 74

2004

8 203 957

 

 

Belliard 93

2005

3 302 346

 

European External Action Service

External Action Service

Brussels Headquarters (15)

Union delegations

2012

164 180 513,52

380 199 300,39  (16)

 

Tirana (Albania)

Buenos Aires (Argentina)

2015

1992

1 298 121,60

227 531,75

 

 

Canberra (Australia)

1983

 

 

 

1990

 

 

Cotonou (Benin)

1992

87 735,62

 

 

Gaborone (Botswana)

1982

50 866,95

 

 

 

1985

1986

1987

14 594,35

5 912,85

12 572,25

 

 

Brasilia (Brazil)

1994

134 375,83

 

 

Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)

1984

19 248,47

 

 

 

1997

158 268,69

 

 

Bujumbura (Burundi)

1982

36 584,40

 

 

 

1986

111 426,72

 

 

Phnom Penh (Cambodia)

2005

348 677,55

 

 

Ottawa (Canada)

1977

64 132,79

 

 

Praia (Cape Verde)

Praia (Cape Verde)

1981

2015

14 091,34

976 027,86

 

 

Bangui (Central African Republic)

1983

65 707,89

 

 

N’Djamena (Chad)

1991

11 965,76

 

 

Beijing (China)

1995

950 569,34

 

 

Bogota (Colombia)

2018

9 712 862,49

 

 

Brazzaville (Congo)

1994

50 832,11

 

 

San José (Costa Rica)

1995

132 602,56

 

 

Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire)

1993

71 033,16

 

 

 

1994

 

 

Quito (Ecuador)

2019

2 194 107,21

 

 

Paris (France)

1990

1 236 105,57

 

 

Libreville (Gabon)

1996

100 414,49

 

 

Banjul (The Gambia)

1989

22 778,48

 

 

Bissau (Guinea-Bissau)

Port-au-Prince (Haiti)

1995

2012

2014

100 086,95

1 399 504,20

4 250 595,17

 

 

Tokyo (Japan)

2006

2011

34 008 178,59

32 919 859,44

 

 

Nairobi (Kenya)

2005

383 496,48

 

 

Maseru (Lesotho)

1985

30 467,06

 

 

 

1985

 

 

 

1990

33 605,58

 

 

 

1991

138 135,41

 

 

 

2006

130 256,25

 

 

Lilongwe (Malawi)

1982

42 053,03

 

 

 

1988

1988

12 969,50

 

 

Mexico City (Mexico)

1995

534 355,71

 

 

Rabat (Morocco)

Port Louis (Mauritius)

1987

1988

62 541,23

18 232,81

 

 

Maputo (Mozambique)

2008

2008

667 433,83

1 916 276,72

 

 

Windhoek (Namibia)

1992

21 990,89

 

 

 

1992

1992

1993

25 380,83

40 462,24

54 000,00

 

 

Kathmandu (Nepal)

2017

4 480 000,00

 

 

2017

448 933,33

 

 

Wellington (New Zealand)

2017

2017

1 185 846,13

605 023,53

 

 

Niamey (Niger)

1997

39 260,13

 

 

Abuja (Nigeria)

1992

172 211,40

 

 

 

2005

2012

2 034 892,64

2 694 720,83

 

 

Port Moresby (Papua New Guinea)

1982

48 274,53

 

 

Kigali (Rwanda)

1980

1982

112 548,18

71 627,45

 

 

Dakar (Senegal)

1984

325 145,55

 

 

Honiara (Solomon Islands)

1990

16 968,28

 

 

Mogadishu (Somalia)

2018

7 053 698,21

 

 

Pretoria (South Africa)

1994

116 306,83

 

 

1994

92 468,94

 

 

1996

2019

188 629,43

2 835 195,58

 

 

Mbabane (Swaziland)

1987

1988

26 994,00

13 497,00

 

 

Dar es Salaam (Tanzania)

2002

1 246 473,21

 

 

Kampala (Uganda)

1986

1986

28 096,41

 

 

 

1996

30 549,95

 

 

London (United Kingdom)

2020

11 307 968,04

 

 

New York (United States of America)

1987

253 001,13

 

 

Washington (United States of America)

1997

464 456,11

 

 

2019

85 034 570,12

 

 

Lusaka (Zambia)

1982

43 366,60

 

 

Harare (Zimbabwe)

1990

73 859,06

 

 

1994

75 174,27

 

Grand total

3 466 560 952,55

 (8)  (9)  (10)  (11)  (12)  (13)  (14)  (15)  (16)

GENERAL REVENUE

A.   FINANCING OF THE UNION’S ANNUAL BUDGET

Introduction

According to the equilibrium principle, the total budgeted revenue of the Union must equal the total budgeted expenditure of the Union. When determining Member States’ own-resource contributions the starting point is the total amount of authorised expenditure. A small part of that amount is covered by other revenue (taxes levied on the salaries of Union staff, interest on late payments, fines and contributions from third countries to certain programmes, etc.). The remainder is financed by Member States’ own-resource contributions.

Own resources can be divided into the following categories:

traditional own resources, mainly customs duties, collected on behalf of the Union by the Member States;

the own resource based on value added tax (VAT): a small proportion of the VAT collected by each Member State;

the own resource based on plastic packaging waste that is not recycled: a small amount applied on the weight of non-recycled plastic packaging waste generated in each Member State;

the own resource based on gross national income (GNI), which is a proportion of Member States’ GNI aggregate. It serves as the balancing resource. It finances all spending not covered by other sources of revenue so that revenue and expenditure are always in balance.

The key for determining the own resources is Council Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 (17). That Decision entered into force on 1 June 2021 after the ratification by all Member States according to their national constitutional requirements. It defines a new system of own resources, which includes the introduction of a new category of own resources, and provides that Member States contributions for 2021 be retroactively recalculated from 1 January 2021.

Budgetary revenue totals EUR 170 603 315 159. The uniform rate of call for the VAT-based own resource is 0,30 % whilst that for the GNI resource is 0,7713 %. Traditional own resources account for 10,50 % of the financing of the 2022 budget. The VAT-based own resource accounts for 11,18 %, the plastic-based own resource accounts for 3,52 % and the GNI-based own resource for 67,24 %. Other revenue for financial year 2022 is estimated at EUR 12 902 615 447.

Own resources needed to finance the 2022 budget account for 1,06 % of the total GNI.

The total amount of own resources allocated to the Union to cover annual appropriations for payments shall not exceed 1,40 % of the sum of all the Member States’ GNIs (own resources ceiling). This ceiling is temporarily increased by 0,6 percentage points for the sole purpose of covering all liabilities of the Union for the allocation of the resources necessary for addressing the consequences of the COVID-19 crisis.

The appropriations to be covered by the own resources referred to in Article 2 of Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053, include the costs associated to the funds borrowed on the capital markets and on behalf of the Union in the framework of the European Union Recovery Instrument (18).

The tables below set out step by step the method used to calculate the financing of the 2022 budget.

Calculation of the financing of the budget

Allocation of resources of the Union in order to ensure, pursuant to Article 311 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), the financing of the Union’s annual budget

Revenue description

Budget 2022

Budget 2021 (19)

Change (%)

Miscellaneous revenue (Titles 3 to 6)

12 902 615 447

9 249 005 264

+39,50

Surplus available from the preceding financial year (Chapter 2 0, Article 2 0 0)

p.m.

1 768 617 610

Balances and adjustments (Chapters 2 1, 2 2, 2 3 and 2 4)

p.m.

p.m.

Total revenue for Titles 2 to 6

12 902 615 447

11 017 622 874

+17,11

Net amount of customs duties and sugar levies (Chapters 1 1 and 1 2)

17 912 606 159

17 348 140 020

+3,25

VAT-based own resource at the uniform rate (Tables 1 and 2, Chapter 1 3)

19 071 387 750

17 940 791 850

+6,30

Plastic packaging waste own resource (Table 3, Chapter 17)

5 997 306 880

5 846 664 880

+2,58

Remainder to be financed by the additional resource (GNI-based own resource, Table 4, Chapter 1 4)

114 719 398 923

115 857 763 230

–0,98

Appropriations to be covered by the own resources referred to in Article 2 of Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 (20), (21)

157 700 699 712

156 993 359 980

+0,45

Total revenue (22)

170 603 315 159

168 010 982 854

+1,54

 (19)  (20)  (21)  (22)


TABLE 1

Calculation of capping of value added tax (VAT) bases pursuant to Article 2(1) point (b) of Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053

Member State

1 % of non-capped VAT base

1 % of gross national income

Capping rate (in %)

1 % of gross national income multiplied by capping rate

1 % of capped VAT base (23)

Member States whose VAT base is capped

 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

Belgium

2 098 112 000

5 057 284 000

50

2 528 642 000

2 098 112 000

 

Bulgaria

330 802 000

676 847 000

50

338 423 500

330 802 000

 

Czechia

987 686 000

2 333 452 000

50

1 166 726 000

987 686 000

 

Denmark

1 306 922 000

3 504 130 000

50

1 752 065 000

1 306 922 000

 

Germany

15 795 256 000

37 668 693 000

50

18 834 346 500

15 795 256 000

 

Estonia

146 652 000

300 834 000

50

150 417 000

146 652 000

 

Ireland

1 032 998 000

3 126 811 000

50

1 563 405 500

1 032 998 000

 

Greece

816 879 000

1 839 768 000

50

919 884 000

816 879 000

 

Spain

5 882 449 000

13 038 037 000

50

6 519 018 500

5 882 449 000

 

France

11 948 371 000

25 958 798 000

50

12 979 399 000

11 948 371 000

 

Croatia

369 897 000

570 769 000

50

285 384 500

285 384 500

Croatia

Italy

7 226 757 000

18 548 436 000

50

9 274 218 000

7 226 757 000

 

Cyprus

159 289 000

223 606 000

50

111 803 000

111 803 000

Cyprus

Latvia

147 464 000

329 013 000

50

164 506 500

147 464 000

 

Lithuania

218 928 000

527 188 000

50

263 594 000

218 928 000

 

Luxembourg

338 828 000

463 922 000

50

231 961 000

231 961 000

Luxembourg

Hungary

623 523 000

1 543 676 000

50

771 838 000

623 523 000

 

Malta

77 950 000

135 083 000

50

67 541 500

67 541 500

Malta

Netherlands

3 716 749 000

8 753 474 000

50

4 376 737 000

3 716 749 000

 

Austria

1 887 799 000

4 140 634 000

50

2 070 317 000

1 887 799 000

 

Poland

2 782 155 000

5 622 802 000

50

2 811 401 000

2 782 155 000

 

Portugal

1 137 349 000

2 234 579 000

50

1 117 289 500

1 117 289 500

Portugal

Romania

827 979 000

2 456 853 000

50

1 228 426 500

827 979 000

 

Slovenia

236 172 000

508 285 000

50

254 142 500

236 172 000

 

Slovakia

391 617 000

1 019 441 000

50

509 720 500

391 617 000

 

Finland

980 901 000

2 609 882 000

50

1 304 941 000

980 901 000

 

Sweden

2 371 142 000

5 550 585 000

50

2 775 292 500

2 371 142 000

 

Total

63 840 626 000

148 742 882 000

 

74 371 441 000

63 571 292 500

 

 (23)


TABLE 2

Breakdown of own resources accruing from VAT pursuant to Article 2(1) point (b) of Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 (Chapter 1 3)

Member State

1 % of capped VAT base

Uniform rate of VAT own resource (in %)

VAT-based own resource at uniform rate

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) × (2)

Belgium

2 098 112 000

0,30

629 433 600

Bulgaria

330 802 000

0,30

99 240 600

Czechia

987 686 000

0,30

296 305 800

Denmark

1 306 922 000

0,30

392 076 600

Germany

15 795 256 000

0,30

4 738 576 800

Estonia

146 652 000

0,30

43 995 600

Ireland

1 032 998 000

0,30

309 899 400

Greece

816 879 000

0,30

245 063 700

Spain

5 882 449 000

0,30

1 764 734 700

France

11 948 371 000

0,30

3 584 511 300

Croatia

285 384 500

0,30

85 615 350

Italy

7 226 757 000

0,30

2 168 027 100

Cyprus

111 803 000

0,30

33 540 900

Latvia

147 464 000

0,30

44 239 200

Lithuania

218 928 000

0,30

65 678 400

Luxembourg

231 961 000

0,30

69 588 300

Hungary

623 523 000

0,30

187 056 900

Malta

67 541 500

0,30

20 262 450

Netherlands

3 716 749 000

0,30

1 115 024 700

Austria

1 887 799 000

0,30

566 339 700

Poland

2 782 155 000

0,30

834 646 500

Portugal

1 117 289 500

0,30

335 186 850

Romania

827 979 000

0,30

248 393 700

Slovenia

236 172 000

0,30

70 851 600

Slovakia

391 617 000

0,30

117 485 100

Finland

980 901 000

0,30

294 270 300

Sweden

2 371 142 000

0,30

711 342 600

Total

63 571 292 500

 

19 071 387 750


TABLE 3

Breakdown of own resources accruing from plastic packaging waste pursuant to Article 2(1) point (c) of Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 (Chapter 1 7)

Member State

Plastic packaging waste that is not recycled (kg)

Call rate per kg in EUR

Gross contribution

Lump sum reduction

Net contribution

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) × (2)

(4)

(5) = (3) – (4)

Belgium

191 746 900

 

153 397 520

 

153 397 520

Bulgaria

57 810 700

 

46 248 560

22 000 000

24 248 560

Czechia

109 535 400

 

87 628 320

32 187 600

55 440 720

Denmark

155 601 100

 

124 480 880

 

124 480 880

Germany

1 739 806 000

 

1 391 844 800

 

1 391 844 800

Estonia

33 667 500

 

26 934 000

4 000 000

22 934 000

Ireland

186 968 000

 

149 574 400

 

149 574 400

Greece

105 128 000

 

84 102 400

33 000 000

51 102 400

Spain

828 341 300

 

662 673 040

142 000 000

520 673 040

France

1 572 486 200

 

1 257 988 960

 

1 257 988 960

Croatia

39 264 500

 

31 411 600

13 000 000

18 411 600

Italy

1 180 891 400

0,80

944 713 120

184 048 000

760 665 120

Cyprus

8 297 800

 

6 638 240

3 000 000

3 638 240

Latvia

26 599 500

 

21 279 600

6 000 000

15 279 600

Lithuania

25 889 700

 

20 711 760

9 000 000

11 711 760

Luxembourg

17 446 600

 

13 957 280

 

13 957 280

Hungary

228 704 600

 

182 963 680

30 000 000

152 963 680

Malta

11 171 900

 

8 937 520

1 415 900

7 521 620

Netherlands

266 608 200

 

213 286 560

 

213 286 560

Austria

190 917 800

 

152 734 240

 

152 734 240

Poland

622 554 000

 

498 043 200

117 000 000

381 043 200

Portugal

251 307 400

 

201 045 920

31 322 000

169 723 920

Romania

228 429 800

 

182 743 840

60 000 000

122 743 840

Slovenia

21 692 700

 

17 354 160

6 279 700

11 074 460

Slovakia

66 209 300

 

52 967 440

17 000 000

35 967 440

Finland

86 362 400

 

69 089 920

 

69 089 920

Sweden

132 261 400

 

105 809 120

 

105 809 120

Total

8 385 700 100

 

6 708 560 080

711 253 200

5 997 306 880


TABLE 4

Determination of uniform rate and breakdown of own resources based on GNI pursuant to Article 2(1) point (d) of Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 (Chapter 1 4)

Member State

1 % of gross national income

Uniform rate of ‘additional base’ own resource

‘Additional base’ own resource at uniform rate

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) × (2)

Belgium

5 057 284 000

 

3 900 479 625

Bulgaria

676 847 000

 

522 024 852

Czechia

2 333 452 000

 

1 799 697 621

Denmark

3 504 130 000

 

2 702 594 450

Germany

37 668 693 000

 

29 052 346 985

Estonia

300 834 000

 

232 021 158

Ireland

3 126 811 000

 

2 411 583 490

Greece

1 839 768 000

 

1 418 939 019

Spain

13 038 037 000

 

10 055 713 239

France

25 958 798 000

 

20 020 976 219

Croatia

570 769 000

 

440 211 160

Italy

18 548 436 000

 

14 305 662 229

Cyprus

223 606 000

 

172 458 309

Latvia

329 013 000

0,7712598  (24)

253 754 486

Lithuania

527 188 000

 

406 598 888

Luxembourg

463 922 000

 

357 804 369

Hungary

1 543 676 000

 

1 190 575 176

Malta

135 083 000

 

104 184 082

Netherlands

8 753 474 000

 

6 751 202 224

Austria

4 140 634 000

 

3 193 504 370

Poland

5 622 802 000

 

4 336 640 900

Portugal

2 234 579 000

 

1 723 440 855

Romania

2 456 853 000

 

1 894 871 846

Slovenia

508 285 000

 

392 019 765

Slovakia

1 019 441 000

 

786 253 817

Finland

2 609 882 000

 

2 012 896 955

Sweden

5 550 585 000

 

4 280 942 834

Total

148 742 882 000

 

114 719 398 923

 (24)


TABLE 5

Calculation of the financing of the annual GNI contribution reduction for certain Member States pursuant to Article 2(4) of Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 (Chapter 1 6)

Member State

Gross reduction

Percentage share of GNI base

Financing of the gross reduction in favour of Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Austria and Sweden

Net financing of the reduction in favour of Denmark, Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Sweden

 

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4) = (1) + (3)

Belgium

 

3,40

265 932 559

265 932 559

Bulgaria

 

0,46

35 591 368

35 591 368

Czechia

 

1,57

122 702 396

122 702 396

Denmark

– 387 834 752

2,36

184 261 406

– 203 573 346

Germany

–3 776 502 322

25,32

1 980 773 065

–1 795 729 257

Estonia

 

0,20

15 819 075

15 819 075

Ireland

 

2,10

164 420 438

164 420 438

Greece

 

1,24

96 742 483

96 742 483

Spain

 

8,77

685 593 007

685 593 007

France

 

17,45

1 365 019 165

1 365 019 165

Croatia

 

0,38

30 013 355

30 013 355

Italy

 

12,47

975 352 196

975 352 196

Cyprus

 

0,15

11 758 113

11 758 113

Latvia

 

0,22

17 300 842

17 300 842

Lithuania

 

0,35

27 721 689

27 721 689

Luxembourg

 

0,31

24 394 905

24 394 905

Hungary

 

1,04

81 172 762

81 172 762

Malta

 

0,09

7 103 213

7 103 213

Netherlands

–1 976 208 379

5,88

460 293 260

–1 515 915 119

Austria

– 581 237 759

2,78

217 731 374

– 363 506 385

Poland

 

3,78

295 669 795

295 669 795

Portugal

 

1,50

117 503 251

117 503 251

Romania

 

1,65

129 191 322

129 191 322

Slovenia

 

0,34

26 727 692

26 727 692

Slovakia

 

0,69

53 606 354

53 606 354

Finland

 

1,75

137 238 209

137 238 209

Sweden

–1 099 722 414

3,73

291 872 332

– 807 850 082

Total

–7 821 505 626

100,00

7 821 505 626

0

EU GDP price deflator, in EUR, (spring 2021 economic forecast) :

(a) 2020 EU27 = 106,7385 / (b) 2022 EU27 = 109,8061

Lump sum for Denmark in 2022 prices: 377 000 000 EUR × [ (b/a) ] = 387 834 752 EUR

Lump sum for Germany in 2022 prices: 3 671 000 000 EUR × [ (b/a) ] = 3 776 502 322 EUR

Lump sum for Netherlands in 2022 prices: 1 921 000 000 EUR × [ (b/a) ] = 1 976 208 379 EUR

Lump sum for Austria in 2022 prices: 565 000 000 EUR × [ (b/a) ] = 581 237 759 EUR

Lump sum for Sweden in 2022 prices: 1 069 000 000 EUR × [ (b/a) ] = 1 099 722 414 EUR


TABLE 6

Summary of financing (25) of the general budget by category of own resource and by Member State

Member State

Traditional own resources (TOR)

 

 

 

VAT and GNI-based own resources

Total own resources (26)

Net sugar sector levies (75 %)

Net customs duties (75 %)

Total net traditional own resources (75 %)

Collection costs (25 % of gross TOR) (p.m.)

VAT-based own resource

Plastics own resource

GNI-based own resource

Reduction in favour of certain Member States

Total ‘national contributions’

Share in total ‘national contributions’ (%)

 

(1)

(2)

(3) = (1) + (2)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9) = (5) + (6) +(7) + (8)

(10)

(11) = (3) + (9)

Belgium

p.m.

2 001 747 222

2 001 747 222

667 249 074

629 433 600

153 397 520

3 900 479 625

265 932 559

4 949 243 304

3,54

6 950 990 526

Bulgaria

p.m.

91 885 388

91 885 388

30 628 463

99 240 600

24 248 560

522 024 852

35 591 368

681 105 380

0,49

772 990 768

Czechia

p.m.

255 934 290

255 934 290

85 311 430

296 305 800

55 440 720

1 799 697 621

122 702 396

2 274 146 537

1,63

2 530 080 827

Denmark

p.m.

354 268 324

354 268 324

118 089 441

392 076 600

124 480 880

2 702 594 450

– 203 573 346

3 015 578 584

2,16

3 369 846 908

Germany

p.m.

3 944 491 534

3 944 491 534

1 314 830 514

4 738 576 800

1 391 844 800

29 052 346 985

–1 795 729 257

33 387 039 328

23,88

37 331 530 862

Estonia

p.m.

34 873 068

34 873 068

11 624 356

43 995 600

22 934 000

232 021 158

15 819 075

314 769 833

0,23

349 642 901

Ireland

p.m.

246 704 687

246 704 687

82 234 896

309 899 400

149 574 400

2 411 583 490

164 420 438

3 035 477 728

2,17

3 282 182 415

Greece

p.m.

214 494 210

214 494 210

71 498 070

245 063 700

51 102 400

1 418 939 019

96 742 483

1 811 847 602

1,30

2 026 341 812

Spain

p.m.

1 367 627 520

1 367 627 520

455 875 840

1 764 734 700

520 673 040

10 055 713 239

685 593 007

13 026 713 986

9,32

14 394 341 506

France

p.m.

1 765 344 559

1 765 344 559

588 448 186

3 584 511 300

1 257 988 960

20 020 976 219

1 365 019 165

26 228 495 644

18,76

27 993 840 203

Croatia

p.m.

39 114 252

39 114 252

13 038 084

85 615 350

18 411 600

440 211 160

30 013 355

574 251 465

0,41

613 365 717

Italy

p.m.

1 698 277 237

1 698 277 237

566 092 412

2 168 027 100

760 665 120

14 305 662 229

975 352 196

18 209 706 645

13,03

19 907 983 882

Cyprus

p.m.

25 821 078

25 821 078

8 607 026

33 540 900

3 638 240

172 458 309

11 758 113

221 395 562

0,16

247 216 640

Latvia

p.m.

40 324 555

40 324 555

13 441 518

44 239 200

15 279 600

253 754 486

17 300 842

330 574 128

0,24

370 898 683

Lithuania

p.m.

108 064 596

108 064 596

36 021 532

65 678 400

11 711 760

406 598 888

27 721 689

511 710 737

0,37

619 775 333

Luxembourg

p.m.

20 409 046

20 409 046

6 803 015

69 588 300

13 957 280

357 804 369

24 394 905

465 744 854

0,33

486 153 900

Hungary

p.m.

188 475 777

188 475 777

62 825 259

187 056 900

152 963 680

1 190 575 176

81 172 762

1 611 768 518

1,15

1 800 244 295

Malta

p.m.

13 613 942

13 613 942

4 537 981

20 262 450

7 521 620

104 184 082

7 103 213

139 071 365

0,10

152 685 307

Netherlands

p.m.

3 251 654 467

3 251 654 467

1 083 884 822

1 115 024 700

213 286 560

6 751 202 224

–1 515 915 119

6 563 598 365

4,70

9 815 252 832

Austria

p.m.

215 617 780

215 617 780

71 872 593

566 339 700

152 734 240

3 193 504 370

– 363 506 385

3 549 071 925

2,54

3 764 689 705

Poland

p.m.

865 916 301

865 916 301

288 638 767

834 646 500

381 043 200

4 336 640 900

295 669 795

5 848 000 395

4,18

6 713 916 696

Portugal

p.m.

169 359 204

169 359 204

56 453 068

335 186 850

169 723 920

1 723 440 855

117 503 251

2 345 854 876

1,68

2 515 214 080

Romania

p.m.

190 404 765

190 404 765

63 468 255

248 393 700

122 743 840

1 894 871 846

129 191 322

2 395 200 708