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Republic of Latvia

Cabinet
Regulation No 545

Adopted 27 June 2006

Procedures by Which Institutions Involved in the Management of Structural Funds Ensure the Implementation of the Structural Funds and Amending of Planning Documents

Issued pursuant to
Section 9, Paragraphs two and five,
Section 10, Paragraph three, Section 11, Paragraph four,
Section 16, Paragraph one, Clauses 1, 8 and 11
of the European Union Structural Funds Management Law

I. General Provisions

1. These Regulations prescribe the procedures by which the institutions involved in the management of the Structural Funds (hereinafter - the Structural Funds) shall ensure the amending of planning documents and the implementation of the Structural Funds:

1.1. introduce an open call for project applications, including the preparation of guidelines for the open call for project applications, submit and examine the project applications for the call for project applications, take a decision regarding the approval or refusal thereof, as well as implement and amend the open call projects;

1.2. introduce a grant scheme, including the preparation of the description of the grant scheme, submit and examine the project applications for the grant scheme, take a decision regarding the approval or refusal thereof, as well as implement and amend the grant scheme projects; and

1.3. introduce a national programme, as well as prepare and approve the national programme, and implement and amend the national programme projects.

2. The functions of a first level intermediate body shall be performed by the:

2.1. Ministry of Economics;

2.2. Ministry of Education and Science;

2.3. Ministry of Culture;

2.4. Ministry of Welfare;

2.5. Ministry of Regional Development and Local Government Matters;

2.6. Ministry of Transport;

2.7. Secretariat of Special Assignment Minister for Electronic Government Affairs;

2.8. Ministry of Health;

2.9. Ministry of Environment; and

2.10. Ministry of Agriculture.

3. The functions of a second level intermediate body shall be performed by:

3.1. the Central Finance and Contracting Agency - for the measures financed from the European Regional Development Fund;

3.2. the Rural Support Service - for the measures financed from the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund and the Financial Instrument of Fisheries Guidance;

3.3. the State Employment Agency - for the measures financed from the European Social Fund; and

3.4. the Agency for Vocational Education Development - for the measures financed from the European Social Fund.

4. The functions of a grant scheme manager shall be performed by:

4.1. the Latvian Investment and Development Agency;

4.2. the State Regional Development Agency;

4.3. the Society Integration Foundation; and

4.4. the Social Service Board.

5. A first level intermediate body, a second level intermediate body, a grant scheme manager, the managing authority and the paying authority shall observe the sound financial management principle in the implementation of the duties related to the management of the Structural Funds.

6. A first level intermediate body, a second level intermediate body and a grant scheme manager shall ensure that the functions of structural units and the duties of employees are separated so as to ensure fair and correct principles of operation working with project applications and to prevent any possibility of a conflict of interests.

7. A second level intermediate body and a grant scheme manager shall ensure that the competence of one person includes direct impact to not more than one of the following stages at the same time:

7.1. in the checks or inspections at the request of the Structural Fund and the preparation of payment orders; and

7.2. checks or inspections at project implementation places and monitoring of project implementation.

8. A second level intermediate body, a grant scheme manager, a beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing and a beneficiary of the grant financing shall ensure a separate system of accounting or introduce a separate account (plan of accounts) within the present system, in order to ensure accounting regarding the Structural Fund financing.

9. A first level intermediate body, a second level intermediate body, a grant scheme manager, the managing authority and the paying authority shall ensure that activities, which are connected with the management of the Structural Funds, are clearly specified in the internal written procedures, as well as ensure the regular reviewing, updating and submission thereof to the managing authority on the basis of the co-operation agreement with the managing authority or the paying authority or upon the request of the managing authority.

10. A second level intermediate body and a grant scheme manager shall determine the following in the internal procedures:

10.1. procedures by which sample checks are to be performed at the places of the Structural Fund project implementation. A second level intermediate body shall specify the procedures by which the sample checks regarding the conformity between the Structural Fund request and the expenditure declaration are to be performed; and

10.2. procedures by which a decision regarding the recovery of ineligible expenditure made, as well as shall ensure the accounting and recovery of the ineligible expenditure made.

11. A second level intermediate body shall, within the internal procedures, determine the procedures:

11.1. by which the support in procurement procedures matters is to be provided to a beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing, which is not a budget institution;

11.2. by which the payment documents and the Structural Fund requests submitted by the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing are to be checked, as well as the payment flow forecast and expenditure declarations are to be prepared; and

11.3. by which the financial and statistical information regarding the project financed within the scope of the Structural Fund is to be entered into the information system of the Structural Funds management, thus ensuring the provision of an overview to the authorities involved in the management of the Structural Funds.

12. A beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing in accordance with an agreement entered into with a second level intermediate body and a beneficiary of the grant financing in accordance with an agreement entered into with a grant scheme manager:

12.1. shall implement a project and perform payments;

12.2. shall submit the Structural Fund request to the second level intermediate body or to the grant scheme manager;

12.3. shall perform full accounting of the project, as well as store documents;

12.4. shall ensure the refund and accounting of ineligible expenditures made; and

12.5. shall submit an overview of the project implementation progress to the second level intermediate body or to the grant scheme manager; and

12.6. shall perform other operations in accordance with an agreement.

13. A beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing or a beneficiary of the grant financing may implement a project financed by the Structural Fund in co-operation with an institution which complies with the following conditions:

13.1. complies with the requirements for partners specified in the guidelines of an open call for project applications, a grant scheme description or a national programme;

13.2. involves itself in the project implementation with the property, intellectual property, financing or human resources in the possession thereof; and

13.3. gains from the project implementation any tangible or intangible benefit.

II. Open Call for Project Applications

14. Guidelines for an open call for project applications shall be developed by a first level intermediate body in co-operation with a second level intermediate body in conformity with what is specified in the Single Programming Document and in the Programme Complement of the Objective 1 Programme 2004-2006.

15. The following shall be indicated in the guidelines for an open call for project applications:

15.1. objectives of the open call for project applications;

15.2. a first level intermediate body;

15.3. a second level intermediate body;

15.4. the project submitters for the open call for project applications and requirements set out for them;

15.5. supportable activities and non-supportable activities, if any;

15.6. eligible and ineligible expenses;

15.7. conditions for the announcement of the open call for project applications and for the submission of project applications;

15.8. conditions for the evaluation of project applications for the open call for project applications, including administrative, quality and specific assessment criteria; and

15.9. other conditions for the preparation and procedure of the open call for project applications.

16. A first level intermediate body shall submit the guidelines for an open call for project applications to the managing authority, in order to direct them for co-ordination in the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

17. After co-ordination of the guidelines for an open call for project applications in the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund a first level intermediate body shall submit the guidelines for the open call for project applications for approval to the Cabinet.

18. The application for an open call for project applications shall be developed in accordance with the form of the project application for the open call for project applications (Annexes 1, 2, 3 or 4) of the relevant Structural Fund up to the approval of the guidelines for the open call for project applications in the Cabinet specified in Paragraph 17 of these Regulations.

19. An open call for project applications shall be implemented in accordance with the following procedures:

19.1. upon co-ordination with a first level intermediate body, a second level intermediate body shall announce an open call for project applications within 10 working days after the approval of the guidelines of the open call for project applications in the Cabinet;

19.2. a project submitter in conformity with the form of the project application for the open call for project applications and the guidelines of the open call for project applications shall submit the project application for the open call for project applications to the second level intermediate body, which shall assess the conformity of the project application with the administrative assessment criteria of a project application;

19.3. if the application for the open call for project applications complies with the administrative assessment criteria for the project application, the second level intermediate body shall submit the project application for the open call for project applications to the first level intermediate body;

19.4. the second level intermediate body shall inform the submitter for the open call for project applications regarding the compliance of the project application with the administrative assessment criteria for the project application and the further direction for assessment in accordance with the quality and specific assessment criteria for a project application or the administrative non-compliance of the relevant project application and refusal of the project application. The second level intermediate body shall indicate the reasons for the refusal of the project application in a decision regarding the administrative non-compliance of the relevant project application;

19.5. the assessment commission established for the assessment of the project applications for the open call for project applications shall be managed by the representative of the first level intermediate body. The composition of the assessment commission shall, according to the competence, include representatives of the first level intermediate bodies and the ministries of the sectors. Representatives of the second level intermediate body and the managing authority may participate in the assessment commission as observers, and independent experts may be involved in the work of the assessment commission;

19.6. the assessment commission shall assess the project application for the open call for project applications in accordance with the quality and specific assessment criteria for a project application. On the basis of the decision of the assessment commission, the first level intermediate body shall prepare a draft decision regarding the approval or rejection of the project application for the open call for project applications.

20. A first level intermediate body shall submit a draft decision regarding the approval or rejection of a project application for an open call for project applications together with other documents specified in the by-laws of the steering committee for co-ordination to the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

21. A first level intermediate body shall take a decision regarding the approval or rejection of a project application for an open call for project applications after the receipt of a decision of the steering committee and notify the relevant project submitter and a second level intermediate body thereof not later than within 5 working days. The first level intermediate body shall indicate the reasons for the refusal of the project application in a decision regarding the rejection of the project application for the open call for project applications.

22. A second level intermediate body in co-operation with the managing authority shall develop a standard draft agreement regarding the open call project implementation and submit it for approval to the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

23. A second level intermediate body shall enter into an agreement with a beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing regarding the open call project implementation within 40 working days after the receipt of the information referred to in Paragraph 21 of these Regulations or the open call project adjusted referred to in Paragraph 24 of these Regulations.

24. An open call project may be adjusted after taking of the decision referred to in Paragraph 21 of these Regulations, but before entering into an agreement referred to in Paragraph 23 of these Regulations in accordance with the decision of a first level intermediate body or in the case referred to in Sub-paragraph 25.2 of these Regulations - upon the mutual agreement of a second level intermediate body and a beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing.

25. Amendments to a project shall be made in accordance with the following procedures after entering into an agreement regarding the open call project implementation:

25.1. a beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing shall submit a request for amendments to a second level intermediate body;

25.2. if amendments to an open call project apply to the basic data of the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing (the contact information and bank particulars) or do not concern the change of the project objective, the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing, the project introduction term, the expected results and auditable values, and the changes in the total amount of eligible expenses or in the plan for division thereof by years, the amendments shall be made upon the mutual agreement of the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing and the second level intermediate body within 15 working days after the receipt of the request for amendments at the second level intermediate body;

25.3. if the amendments to the open call project do not apply to the basic data of the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing (the contact information and bank particulars) and concern the change of the project objective, the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing, the project introduction term, the expected results and auditable values and the changes in the total amount of eligible expenses or in the plan for division thereof by years, the second level intermediate body shall assess the request for amendments submitted within 15 working days and in case of a positive opinion shall submit it to the first level intermediate body for taking a decision;

25.4. the first level intermediate body shall, within 10 working days after the receipt of amendments and the opinion of the second level intermediate body, take a decision regarding the approval or rejection of the amendments and inform thereof the second level intermediate body;

25.5. the second level intermediate body shall, within 10 working days after the agreement referred to in Sub-paragraph 25.2 of these Regulations or on the basis of the decision of the first level intermediate body regarding the approval of amendments, make the appropriate amendments to the agreement regarding the open call project implementation and inform thereof the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing;

25.6. the second level intermediate body shall, on the basis of the first level intermediate body decision regarding the refusal of amendments, inform the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing within 2 working days regarding the necessary adjustments and re-submission of amendments.

26. A second level intermediate body has the right to co-ordinate the decision referred to in Sub-paragraph 25.2 of these Regulations with the first level intermediate body.

27. A second level intermediate body shall inform the managing committee once a quarter regarding the changes in the amount of financing available for an open call for project applications, if the changes in the total eligible expenses of the open call project are anticipated due to these changes or the early termination of the agreement entered into with the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing regarding the open call project implementation is possible.

28. If the project applications competition is opened, the duties referred to in Paragraph 14 and 16, Sub-paragraphs 19.3, 19.5 and 19.6, Paragraphs 20, 21 and 24, Sub-paragraphs 25.3 and 25.4 of these Regulations in case of the Guidance Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund and the Financial Instrument of Fisheries Guidance shall be implemented by the second level intermediate body.

III. Grant Scheme

29. The description of a grant scheme shall be developed by a first level intermediate body in co-operation with a grant scheme manager in conformity with what is specified in the Single Programming Document and in the Programme Complement of the Objective 1 Programme 2004-2006.

30. The following shall be indicated in the description of a grant scheme:

30.1. the grant scheme objectives;

30.2. anticipated results;

30.3. the amount of the total eligible financing available for the grant scheme;

30.4. the grant scheme manager;

30.5. the range of the grant scheme submitters and the requirements formulated for them;

30.6. supportable activities and non-supportable activities, if any;

30.7. eligible and ineligible expenses;

30.8. conditions for the announcement of a competition of a grant scheme project applications and for the submission of project applications;

30.9. conditions for the assessment of grant scheme project applications, including administrative, quality and specific assessment criteria of a project application; and

30.10. other conditions for the preparation and implementation of grant scheme project applications.

31. A first level intermediate body shall submit the description of a grant scheme to the managing authority for directing it to co-ordination in the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

32. A first level intermediate body shall, after the co-ordination of the description of a grant scheme in the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund, submit it to the Cabinet for approval.

33. A first level intermediate body in co-operation with a grant scheme manager shall develop the procedures by which an assessment commission shall be established and grant scheme project applications shall be examined.

34. A grant scheme shall be implemented in accordance with the following procedures:

34.1. a grant scheme manager shall announce a competition of grant scheme project applications;

34.2. a submitter of a grant scheme project shall submit a application for the grant scheme project to the grant scheme manager for assessment in conformity with the administrative assessment criteria for a project application. In case of administrative conformity of a project application, the grant scheme manager shall direct the project application for further assessment in conformity with the quality and specific assessment criteria for a project application;

34.3. the grant scheme manager shall inform the submitter for the grant scheme project regarding the compliance of the project application with the administrative assessment criteria for a project application and the further direction for assessment in accordance with the quality and specific assessment criteria for a project application or the administrative non-compliance of the relevant project application and refusal of the project application. The grant scheme manager shall indicate the reasons for the refusal of the project application in a decision regarding the administrative non-compliance of the relevant project application;

34.4. the assessment commission established for the assessment of applications for the grant scheme project shall be managed by the representative of the first level intermediate body. The composition of the assessment commission shall, according to the competence, include representatives of the grant scheme manager, the first level intermediate bodies and the ministries of the sectors. Representatives of the second level intermediate body and the managing authority may participate in the assessment commission as observers, and independent experts may be involved in the work of the assessment commission;

34.5. the assessment commissions shall assess the application for the grant scheme project in accordance with the quality and specific assessment criteria for a project application;

34.6. the grant scheme manager, on the basis of the decision of the assessment commission, shall take a decision regarding the approval or rejection of the application for the grant scheme project and not later than within 5 working days shall notify the relevant project submitter. The grant scheme manager shall indicate the reasons for the refusal of the project application in a decision regarding the rejection of the application for the grant scheme project;

34.7. the grant scheme manager shall notify the steering committee regarding the approved and rejected grant scheme projects after taking of the decision referred to in Sub-paragraph 34.6 of these Regulations.

35. A grant scheme project may be adjusted after taking of the decision referred to in Sub-paragraph 34.6 of these Regulations, but before entering into the agreement referred to in Paragraph 37 of these Regulations or in the case referred to in Sub-paragraph 38.2 of these Regulations upon the mutual agreement of a grant scheme manager and a beneficiary of the grant scheme financing.

36. A grant scheme manager in co-operation with the managing authority shall develop a standard draft agreement regarding the introduction of a grant scheme project and submit it for approval to the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

37. A grant scheme manager shall enter into an agreement with a beneficiary of the grant financing within 30 working days after taking of a decision regarding the approval of the application for a grant scheme project or after the receipt of the adjusted grant scheme project referred to in Paragraph 35 of these Regulations, if financial resources for the implementation of the agreement obligations are available for it.

38. Amendments to a grant scheme project shall be made in accordance with the following procedures after entering into the agreement regarding the introduction of the grant scheme project:

38.1. a beneficiary of the grant financing shall submit a request for amendments to a grant scheme manager;

38.2. if the amendments to the grant scheme project apply to the basic data of the beneficiary of the grant financing (the contact information and bank particulars) or do not concern the change of the project objective, the beneficiary of the grant financing, the project introduction term, the expected results and auditable values and the changes in the total amount of eligible expenses or in the plan for division thereof by years, the amendments shall be made upon the mutual agreement of the beneficiary of the grant financing and the grant scheme manager within 15 working days after the submission of the request for amendments to the grant scheme manager;

38.3. if the amendments to the grant scheme project are not applied to the basic data of the beneficiary of the grant financing (the contact information and bank particulars) and concern the change of the project objective, the beneficiary of the grant financing, the project introduction term, the expected results and auditable values and the changes in the total amount of eligible expenses or in the plan for division thereof by years, the grant scheme manager shall assess the request for the amendments submitted in co-operation with the first level intermediate body and take a decision regarding the approval or rejection of the amendments within 20 working days notifying thereof the beneficiary of the grant financing;

38.4. the grant scheme manager shall, within 5 working days after the agreement referred to in Sub-paragraph 38.2 of these Regulations or on the basis of the decision taken by it regarding the approval of amendments, make the appropriate amendments to the agreement regarding the grant scheme project implementation and inform thereof the beneficiary of the grant financing;

38.5. the grant scheme manager shall, on the basis of the decision taken by it regarding the refusal of amendments, inform the beneficiary of the grant financing within 2 working days regarding the necessary adjustments and re-submission of amendments.

39. A grant scheme manager shall inform the steering committee once a quarter regarding the changes in the amount of financing available for the grant scheme, if the changes in the total eligible expenses of the grant scheme project are anticipated due to these changes or the early termination of the agreement entered into with a beneficiary of the grant financing regarding the grant scheme project implementation is possible.

IV. National Programme

40. The national programme of the Structural Fund is the type of the implementation of activities indicated in the Programme Complement of the Objective 1 Programme 2004-2006 (hereinafter - the Programme Complement), which determine the conditions and procedures for the introduction of activities and sub-activities provided for in the Programme Complement.

41. The national programme of the Structural Fund shall be developed by the first level intermediate body in conformity with the specified in the Single Programming Document for the Objective 1 Programme 2004-2006, the Programme Complement and with the form of the national programme of the Structural Fund specified in Annex 5 of these Regulations.

42. A first level intermediate body shall ensure the development of the project for the national programme of the Structural Fund in conformity with the objectives indicated in the national programme of the Structural Fund and with the project form for the national programme of the Structural Fund indicates in Annex 6 of these Regulations, which has been approved in the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund, and attach the completed forms indicated in Annexes 7 and 8 of these Regulations to the project for the national programme of the Structural Fund.

43. A first level intermediate body shall, in conformity with the administrative, quality and specific assessment criteria for a project application, select projects for the national programme of the Structural Fund, include them in the national programme of the Structural Fund and submit the national programme of the Structural Fund and the projects thereof to the managing authority for directing it for the examination in the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

44. If the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund takes a decision regarding the refusal to co-ordinate the national programme or the projects thereof, a first level intermediate body in accordance with the comments submitted by the steering committee shall adjust the national programme of the Structural Fund and the projects thereof and re-submit to the managing authority for directing it for the examination in the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

45. A first level intermediate body shall take a decision regarding the approval of the national programme of the Structural Fund and the projects thereof after co-ordination of the national programme of the Structural Fund and the projects thereof in the steering committee. The first level intermediate body shall inform the second level intermediate body regarding the approved projects for the national programme of the Structural Fund within 2 working days.

46. A second level intermediate body shall, within 30 working days after the receipt of the information referred to in Paragraph 48 of these Regulations or the project for the national programme of the Structural Fund adjusted, which is referred to in Paragraph 48 of these Regulations:

46.1. enter into an agreement with a beneficiary of the Structural Fund regarding the implementation of the project for the national programme of the Structural Fund;

46.2. may enter into an agreement with the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing and a first level intermediate body regarding the implementation of the project for the national programme of the Structural Fund, if the first level intermediate body is not the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing of the project for the relevant national programme of the Structural Fund.

47. The draft agreement referred to in Sub-paragraph 46.1 and 46.2 of these Regulations shall be developed by a second level intermediate body in co-operation with the managing authority. The second level intermediate body shall submit the draft agreement for approval to the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund.

48. A project for the national programme of the Structural Fund may be adjusted after taking of the decision referred to in Paragraph 46 of these Regulations regarding the approval of the project, but before entering into an agreement referred to in Sub-paragraph 46.1 or 46.2 of these Regulations upon the mutual agreement of a second level intermediate body, a beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing and a first level intermediate body or the mutual agreement of the second level intermediate body and the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing.

49. Amendments to a project for the national programme of the Structural Funds shall be made in accordance with the following procedures after entering into the agreement referred to in Sub-paragraph 46.1 or 46.2 of these Regulations:

49.1. a beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing or a first level intermediate body shall submit a request for amendments to a second level intermediate body;

49.2. if the amendments apply to the basic data of the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing (the contact information and bank particulars), the amendments shall be made upon the mutual agreement of the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing and the second level intermediate body;

49.3. if the amendments do not apply to the basic data of the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing, the second level intermediate body shall, within 15 working days after the receipt of the request for amendments, assess the request for amendments submitted and in case of a positive opinion submit it to the first level intermediate body for taking a decision;

49.4. the first level intermediate body shall, within 15 working days after the receipt of the request for amendments, take a decision regarding the approval or rejection of the amendments and inform thereof the second level intermediate body;

49.5. the second level intermediate body shall, within 15 working days after the agreement referred to in Sub-paragraph 49.2 of these Regulations or on the basis of the decision of the first level intermediate body regarding the approval of amendments, make the appropriate amendments to the agreement referred to in Sub-paragraph 46.1 or 46.2 of these Regulations and inform thereof the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing;

49.6. the second level intermediate body shall, on the basis of the first level intermediate body decision regarding the refusal of amendments, inform the beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing within 2 working days regarding the necessary adjustments and re-submission of amendments.

50. A first level intermediate body shall inform the steering committee of the relevant Structural Fund once a quarter regarding the amendments made to the projects for the national programme of the Structural Fund.

V. Amendments to Planning Documents

51. Amendments to the Single Programming Document shall be made in accordance with the following procedures:

51.1. proposals for amendments may be submitted by the managing authority or a first level intermediate body;

51.2. the managing authority shall prepare and submit draft amendments to the monitoring committee for taking a decision and the approval or refusal of the amendments;

51.3. after the decision of the monitoring committee regarding the approval of amendments the managing authority shall submit the draft amendments of the Single Programming Document to the European Commission for approval; and

51.4. after the receipt of a decision from the European Commission the managing authority shall inform first level intermediate bodies, second level intermediate bodies and grant scheme managers regarding the decision taken by the European Commission within 10 working days.

52. Amendments to the Programme Complement shall be made in accordance with the following procedures:

52.1. the members of the monitoring committee shall prepare proposals regarding amendments to the Programme Complement and submit them to the managing authority; and

52.2. the managing authority shall prepare and submit draft amendments to the Programme Complement to the monitoring committee for taking a decision and the approval or refusal of the amendments.

VI. Closing Provisions

53. A beneficiary of the Structural Fund financing and a beneficiary of the grant scheme financing shall keep the originals of all documents related to the project implementation up to 31 December 2016, including any correspondence, advertisements, by-laws, the performer of works and supplies, proposals of service providers and documentation of the proposals, assessments related to the project, the documentation of the agreements entered into within the scope of the project and any correspondence related to the agreements, the documentation attesting works, supplies and services performed, as well as the payments made.

54. Form of the Structural Fund project indicated in Annex 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7 or 8 of these Regulations and appendices thereto shall not be applied, if the relevant project application is being examined, a decision regarding the approval of the relevant Structural Fund project has been taken or an agreement regarding the implementation thereof has been entered into up to the day of coming into force of these Regulations.

Prime Minister A. Kalvītis

Minister for Finance O. Spurdziņš

 


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