Since 2004, over 200 MEUR have been has been allocated to a number of programmes in Latvia through the EEA and Norway Grants mechanism.
Cooperation in the area of justice and home affairs will be continued, with a focus on the correctional services and the fight against economic crime. Regional Baltic cooperation will be reestablished in the field of research and education. Other key areas are climate and environment, local development, culture and civil society.Visit eeagrants.lv
Multiple Norwegian agencies are involved as partners in developing and implementing the programmes, and are providing assistance with the recruitment of Norwegian project partners.
Since becoming a member of the EU in 2004, Latvia has received funding under the EEA and Norway Grants scheme as follows:
On 14 December 2017, Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Latvia on the implementation of EEA / Norwegian grants programme 2014-2021. The grant projects will be implemented until April 30, 2024. Negotiations have started on the new EEA / Norway Grants programme for the next seven-year period.
International police cooperation
Research and education
Climate and environment
Local development and cultural
Active citizens fund
Donor states expenditures
Fund for bilateral relations
Technical assistance to the beneficiary state
Social dialogue – Decent work