Czech Republic

Funds available

The EU co-financing is provided through the ERDF funds
The project partners from the Czech Republic (according to the CADSES programme the whole country territory is eligible) benefit from the following EU co-financing rates:
50% of the eligible project costs if they are located in the Prague district;
75%. of the eligible project costs if they are located in the other districts of the country.

National co-financing
As regards the National co-financing, the Czech Republic has foreseen a National programme in order to support Czech project partners involved in CADSES projects. This support is granted through subsidies from the state budget. The amounts granted by the State may rise up to 50% of the national co-financing.
Applicants and project partners can find detailed information on the Czech national website of the Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech Republic.


Firts level control

According to Chapter II of the EC regulation no. 438/2001 it is the Member State that is responsible for setting up management and control systems to ensure the sound financial management of the Structural Funds, within the framework of its national legislation.

Therefore the Czech Republic has established the centralised system of the First Level Control. All Czech project partners participating in projects in the framework of Community Initiative Interreg IIIB CADSES (both public and private bodies) have to use the national body for the First Level Control appointed by Ministry for Regional Development of the Czech Republic (National Co-ordinator).

The national body responsible for carrying out the First Level Control is the Centre for Regional Development.


CCP in the Czech Republic


 Ministry for Regional Development

Department of Territorial Inter-Relations

Staromèské nom. 6, Prague 1, postal code 11015


Contact person

Vera Korkischova

+420 224 862 261

+420 224 862 262



Country information

Check the archive  of the EU dedicated to the Czech Republic in the framework of the recent enlargement and the site of the Representation  of the European Commission in the Czech Republic.