Greece on Monday announced the inclusion of another 57 projects in the country’s Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), with an accumulated budget of 1.7 billion euros.
Alternate Finance Minister Thodoros Skylakakis signed the ministerial decisions as part of implementing the Greece 2.0 project.
The 57 projects are divided into the four pillars of the National Plan.
More specifically, four projects worth €50.75 million concern the green transition, six projects worth €227.35 million are related to the digital transition, 15 projects worth €490.18 million to employment-skills-social cohesion and 32 projects worth €927.68 million to private investments and society transformation.
These 57 projects raise the total number of projects included in the Recovery and Resilience Facility to 230, valued at €10.2 billion.