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Find information on the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and project control systems in Greece or get in touch with the Greek Interreg Europe representatives.

This page contains information on the bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes and on the project control system in Greece. You may also speak directly with the Interreg Europe representatives in Greece.

Contacts

Organisation

Ministry of Economy and Finance

Managing Authority “Interreg 2021-2027”
Leoforos Georgikis Scholis 65
ZEDA Building
57001 Pylaia Thessaloniki
Greece

Contact
Organisation

Ministry of Economy and Finance

Managing Authority “Interreg 2021-2027”
Leoforos Georgikis Scholis 65
ZEDA Building
57001 Pylaia Thessaloniki
Greece

Contact

List of Structural Funds programmes

Download the latest list of managing authorities and intermediate bodies responsible for Structural Funds programmes in each country. Select the EL tab for information about Greece.

Control system

This section provides information on the system set up for control in Greece for the 2021-2027 programming period. 

The control system

Greece uses a centralised control system.

Projects partners are requested to submit their claim and all supporting documents 10 days after at the end of reporting period.

The control body

Ministry of Economy and Finance
General Secretariat of Public Investments - NSRF
Certifying and Verifying Authority
Unit D - Control Unit
11, Navarchou Nikodimou & Voulis str.,
105 58 Athens, Greece

Christos Tsikmanlis
+ +302131500475

The costs

The Ministry of Economy and Finance will not charge costs for control.

On-the-spot checks

At least one "on-the-spot check" will be carried out during the project lifetime in projects where partners report equipment and/ or infrastructure & works costs related to a pilot action.

An on-the-spot check may also be carried out if risks are identified by the control body.

Get inspired

Have a look at the Greek content on our website. Scroll through our project ideas and good practices, or contact our Greek community members and organisations.