According to the Minister of Territorial Cohesion, if there is “territorial will”, the process of establishing NUT III can continue until summer, but its constitution will only happen in 2027, when QCA PT2030 is about to end.
The Minister of Territorial Cohesion said that the formation of a smaller territorial unit, NUT III, to facilitate access to community funds for the nine municipalities on the Setúbal Peninsula will no longer have an impact on the “Portugal 2030” plan.
Ana Abrunhosa added that, however, the government can “strengthen the experience of measures”, that is, in PT2020, which is about to end, consider the particularity of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area (AML) Setúbal Peninsula in obtaining financing. Community fund project.
“I believe that in the current community framework that is about to begin, we can strengthen these experiences. That is to say, even if the cost of Setúbal Peninsula increases, we must pay special attention, because even if we are to form NUT III, this Exercise lasts until summer, but it will not affect this cerebrospinal fluid.”
The minister said that if there is “a desire for territory”, the process of forming NUT III can continue until summer, but its composition will only begin around 2027, when the PT2030 CSF is about to end.
He said: “This will not have any impact on the current community framework, but I want to say that we are very sensitive to the specific characteristics of the Setúbal Peninsula.”
Ana Abrunhosa responded to the question of Paul Paul Santos (Paul Paul Santos) of the National People’s Congress in Parliament today. The party proposed a proposal to replace NUT III in Setubal Peninsula to end the issue. Discrimination funds in the distribution of districts in the community.
Although the GDP of the nine cities in the Setbal Peninsula is lower than the average level of anti-money laundering, they have received less community financing due to their integration into the metropolitan area, and they have obtained projects with a lower co-financing ratio, such as , Lisbon’s metropolitan area is considered a “rich” area and therefore requires less support.
The minister emphasized that in the current Community Support Framework (CSF), the Lisbon and Vale Regional Coordination and Development Committee (CCDR-LVT) has “measure experience”, which takes into account the particularity of the Setúbal Peninsula in AML. .