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Financing facilities

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EIB loans are provided by the External Lending Mandates via the Member States and the European Parliament. Since the first EIB mandate in 2001, EIB activity in the region has been on the rise. The financing facilities available are summarised in the table below:

Facility

Amount (EUR m)

Countries

Objective

2014–2020 Mandate

4,831

Eastern Neighbours, Russia

Projects of significant interest to the EU in transport and energy networks as well as environmental and social infrastructure.

2007-2013 Mandate

3,700

Eastern Neighbours

Projects of significant interest to the EU in transport, energy, telecommunications and environmental infrastructure as well as loans for SMEs via banks in Eastern Partnership countries

2005-2007 Mandate

500

Russia, Ukraine, Moldova

Transport, telecommunications, Energy and Environment projects

2001-2005 Mandate

100

Russia

Environment

Neighbourhood Finance Facility

3,000

Southern and Eastern Neighbours

Supports EU investment in the region, notably from EU corporates, and facilitates equity investments in infrastructure funds of EU interest, thereby further assisting partner countries with their modernisation process



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