Rules On The Application Of Open Project Competition "aquaculture" Guidelines

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par atklāta projektu iesniegumu konkursa "Akvakultūra" vadlīnijām

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 357 in Riga, 2 May 2006 (pr. No 25 59) rules on the application of open project competition "aquaculture" Guidelines Issued under the management of the structural funds of the European Union law article 16, first paragraph, points 11 and 12 of rule 1 defines the project submission open tender "aquaculture" guidelines. 2. Open tender preparation and progress in accordance with the guidelines in annex 1 of these rules. 3. the applicant shall submit the draft structural funds project submission (annex 2) field support service. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze Ministry of Agriculture presented version of annex 1 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 357 preface open project submission contest guidelines (the guidelines) are designed to help you apply for the structural funds of the European Union – the financial instrument for fisheries guidance. The Latvian Government has developed the single programming document (SPD, below), which sets the strategy and priorities for social ālekonomisk the improvement of the situation in the country 2004-2006 programming period and the single programming document for the programme complement (hereinafter also – PP), which is the implementation of the structural funds of the European Union's basic documents in Latvia 2004-2006. Before applying to the structural funds of the European Union and the State budget funding (structural funds), it is recommended to familiarize yourself with both the planning documents. The guidelines are: 1) provides information to help you apply for funding by the structural funds of the European Union; 2) explain the single programming document priorities, measures and activities that are to be imported into Latvia; 3) explain the basic requirements that must be followed when applying for the funding of the structural funds. 1. Description of the situation the contents 2. Eligibility requirements 3. Application procedures 4. Evaluation and selection of project implementation 5 conditions 1. Description 1.1. The situation of the European Union structural funds, one of the main guiding principles of the Union's regional policy is a tool for the implementation of the structural funds. The whole territory of Latvia in the EU structural funds objectives are aligned with the Objectives of the Division 1 region, where per capita GDP is below 75% of the average level of the EU Member States. Objective 1 areas such the structural funds of the European Union: 1. European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The ERDF aims to provide support to the regional gap, with the participation of the regions lagging behind in development and structural alignment, as well as the industrial transformation of the regions that the condition worsens; 2. the European Social Fund (hereafter ESF). The ESF aims to eradicate discrimination and inequality in the labour market, to support the development of human resources, to promote the information society; 3. the European agricultural guidance and guarantee fund (EAGGF). EAGGF objective is to support the restructuring of agriculture and contribute to rural development; 4. Financial instrument for fisheries guidance (FIFG). The FIFG aims to ensure the structural measures in the fisheries and aquaculture sectors, as well as fishery products processing industry and trade. 1.2. the single programming document the objectives and priorities of the single programming document has been approved by the European Commission document on the use of the structural funds of the European Union, which includes information about the objectives of the action strategy and the use of the structural funds of the European Union, defines the priorities of the European Union's structural funds finansējamo activities as well as the European Union's structural funds. Single programming document, a specific strategy and priorities for action are implemented in accordance with the programme complement. The programme complement is monitoring Committee approved a document that contains detailed information about the measures to be implemented, objectives, beneficiaries of the structural funds, financing conditions and project selection criteria. Single programming document has raised three main medium-term objectives: competitiveness development and employment promotion, human resource development and infrastructure improvements. To achieve these objectives, the single programming document, is set out four priorities: 1. the promotion of sustainable development (ERDF) 2. Entrepreneurship and innovation promotion (ERDF) 3, human resources development and the promotion of employment (ESF), 4 rural and fishery development (EAGGF and FIFG). Field support service (LADA) is a second-level intermediate, which is administered by the measures financed from the EAGGF and FIFG. 1.3. The FIFG measures co-financed by the and a description of the activities co-financed measures the FIFG and the objective of these activities is to support the development of the fisheries sector, including both the fishery and aquaculture and fish processing. Measures co-financed by the FIFG are focused mainly on the adaptation of the fishing fleet capacity to the available fish resources, as well as to the restructuring of the fleet according to the shipping and safety requirements. The FIFG supported measures are in accordance with the fisheries industry trends and directions. Measures co-financed by the FIFG and the activities provided to balance the capacity of the fishing fleet to available fish resources, develop high-quality and high-value-added products, to develop the fish processing sector and bring its competitiveness in the European Union and the international market, improve port infrastructure, particularly by improving fish unloading and storage conditions, the development of the aquaculture sector and to improve the socio-economic conditions in the fisheries sector. Measures co-financed by the FIFG: balance the fishing effort (this measure is 43.6% of the structural funds allocated for public funding); Fleet renewal and modernisation of fishing vessels (2.8%); Fishing and aquaculture products processing and marketing improvement, fishing port facilities and aquaculture (43.1%); The development of coastal fisheries, socio-economic measures, support for temporary cessation of fishing activities and other financial compensation, the acquisition of new markets and support for producer organisations (10.5%). To ensure maximum complementarity effect, measures are planned in the process of coordination also with the measures to be financed by the ERDF (port facilities available to the public, marketing and export promotion activities, etc.) and the ESF (fishermen's retraining). 1.4. activities "aquaculture" justification and apraksts1 activity target level will enable aquaculture to restore the market the most sought-after fish stocks, as well as the use of the internal waters of the available fish stocks. Aquaculture development will contribute to the Latvian uncontaminated nature and growth in demand for aquaculture products. Activity provides breeding and incubation investment shop, waterworks structures reconstruction, as well as environmental technologies and new technological equipment. The target group is the activity of aquaculture companies and rural residents. Developing the project application to the structural funds, the following should be taken into account in EU and national policy documents in the field: 1. the single programming document; 2. The programme complement; 3. European Union legislation: Council of 21 June 1999, Regulation (EC) No 1260/199 laying down general provisions on the structural funds; The Commission of 8 November 2000, the Regulation (EC) No 1685/2000 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999 as regards eligibility of expenditure of operations co-financed by the structural funds; Commission on 10 March 2004, Regulation (EC) no 448/2004 amending Regulation (EC) No 1685/2000 laying down detailed rules for the implementation of Council Regulation (EC) No 1260/1999 as regards eligibility of expenditure of operations co-financed by the structural funds, and repealing Regulation (EC) no 1145/2003; Council of 21 June 1999, Regulation (EC) no 1263/1999 on the financial instrument for fisheries guidance; 1999 of the Council of 17 December, Regulation (EC) No 2792/1999 laying down the detailed rules and arrangements regarding Community structural assistance in the fisheries sector; Council of 20 December 2002, Regulation (EC) No 2369/2002 amending Regulation (EC) No 2792/1999 laying down the detailed rules and arrangements regarding Community structural assistance in the fisheries sector; Council of 28 January 2002, Regulation (EC) No 179/2002 amending Regulation (EC) No 2792/1999 laying down the detailed rules and arrangements regarding Community structural assistance in the fisheries sector; Council of 28 June 2001 of Regulation (EC) no 1451/2001 amending Regulation (EC) No 2792/1999 laying down the detailed rules and arrangements regarding Community structural assistance in the fisheries sector of the Council of 19 July 2004, Regulation (EC) no 1421/2004 amending Regulation (EC) No 2792/1999 laying down the detailed rules and arrangements regarding Community structural assistance in the fisheries sector; Commission of 30 May 2000, the Regulation (EC) No 1159/2000 on information and publicity measures to be taken by the Member States concerning assistance from the structural funds; 4. the Republic of Latvia regulatory enactments. 1.5. Available funds available within the activity of public funding is allocated from the FIFG and the national budget resources under the single programming document, the amount of funding provided for under the FIFG Steering Committee approved the allocation of available financial resources. The total amount of public funding available for the event "fishing and aquaculture products processing and marketing, port facilities on fishing and aquaculture" activity "aquaculture" published under the LADA website www.lad.gov.lv and the Ministry of Finance website www.esfondi.lv. Minimum project amount: not determined. The maximum amount of the projects: the project subject to the Minister of Agriculture m. Rose proposed the Ministry of agriculture in annex 2 versions of the Cabinet of Ministers of 2 May 2006, regulations No 357 annex 2 PDF format agricultural Minister m. rose