Lithuania-Russia ENI CBC

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Following the Russian military aggression against Ukraine and in line with the Commission’s decision to fully implement all EU restrictive measures, the Commission has suspended the cooperation with Russia and its ally Belarus in the European Neighbourhood Instrument cross-border cooperation programmes (ENI CBC) as well as in the Interreg Baltic Sea region programme.

The European Commission suspended financing agreements with Russia and Belarus. 
On the 31st of March 2022 the minister of the Interior of the Republic of Lithuania signed the order No 1V-255 “Regarding the implementation of the European Neighbourhood programmes 2014-2020”, providing recommendations and instructions on the implementation of projects: 
to carry out planned activities in Lithuania, to submit progress and final reports and advance/balance payments requests in accordance with the provisions and deadlines of the Grant Contracts, not to make any transfers of the Programme funds to the beneficiaries from Belarus.


The Lithuania–Russia Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2014–2020 (hereinafter – the Programme) has been developed within the framework of the European Neighbourhood Instrument and is being co-financed by the European Union (hereinafter – EU) and the Russian Federation. The Programme will promote and broaden the cross-border cooperation (hereinafter – CBC) between the border regions of Lithuania and Russia, which so far has been pursued under the 2004–2006 TACIS Neighbourhood Programme Lithuania–Poland–Russia and 2007–2013 European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument CBC Programme Lithuania–Poland–Russia.

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