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Document 32014R0508R(07)

Corrigendum to Regulation (EU) No 508/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 on the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulations (EC) No 2328/2003, (EC) No 861/2006, (EC) No 1198/2006 and (EC) No 791/2007 and Regulation (EU) No 1255/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 149, 20.5.2014)

OJ L 88, 31.3.2017, p. 22–26 (BG, ES, CS, DA, EL, EN, HR, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, SV)
OJ L 88, 31.3.2017, p. 22–27 (ET, GA, FI)
OJ L 88, 31.3.2017, p. 22–25 (FR, IT)
OJ L 88, 31.3.2017, p. 22–29 (DE)
OJ L 88, 31.3.2017, p. 22–32 (LV)

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/2014/508/corrigendum/2017-03-31/oj

31.3.2017   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 88/22


Corrigendum to Regulation (EU) No 508/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 May 2014 on the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund and repealing Council Regulations (EC) No 2328/2003, (EC) No 861/2006, (EC) No 1198/2006 and (EC) No 791/2007 and Regulation (EU) No 1255/2011 of the European Parliament and of the Council

( Official Journal of the European Union L 149 of 20 May 2014 )

1.

Page 17, Article 13(2):

for:

‘2.   EUR 4 340 800 000 of the budgetary resources referred to in paragraph 1 shall be allocated to the sustainable development of fisheries, aquaculture and fisheries areas, to marketing and processing-related measures and to technical assistance at the initiative of the Member States under Chapters I, II, III, IV and VII of Title V, with the exception of Article 67.’,

read:

‘2.   EUR 4 340 800 000 of the budgetary resources referred to in paragraph 1 shall be allocated to the sustainable development of fisheries, aquaculture and fisheries and aquaculture areas, to marketing and processing-related measures and to technical assistance at the initiative of the Member States under Chapters I, II, III, IV and VII of Title V, with the exception of Article 67.’.

2.

Page 21, point (d) of Article 22(2):

for:

‘(d)

amendments referred to in Article 20(3), as well as in the case of any other amendments to the section of the operational programme referred to in point (n) of Article 18(1).’,

read:

‘(d)

amendments referred to in Article 20(3), as well as in the case of any other amendments to the section of the operational programme referred to in point (o) of Article 18(1).’.

3.

Page 22, Article 26(1):

for:

‘1.   In order to stimulate innovation in fisheries, the EMFF may support projects aimed at …’,

read:

‘1.   In order to stimulate innovation in fisheries, the EMFF may support operations aimed at …’.

4.

Page 23, point (a) of Article 27(1):

for:

‘(a)

feasibility studies and advisory services that assess the viability of projects potentially eligible for support under this Chapter;’,

read:

‘(a)

feasibility studies and advisory services that assess the viability of operations potentially eligible for support under this Chapter;’.

5.

Page 28, point (d) of Article 40(1):

for:

‘(d)

the preparation, including studies, drawing-up, monitoring and updating of protection and management plans for fishery-related activities relating to NATURA 2000 sites and spatial protected areas referred to in Directive 2008/56/EC and relating to other special habitats;’,

read:

‘(d)

the preparation, including studies, drawing-up, monitoring and updating of protection and management plans for fishery-related activities relating to NATURA 2000 sites and spatial protection measures referred to in Directive 2008/56/EC and relating to other special habitats;’.

6.

Page 31, Article 44(2):

for:

‘2.   The EMFF may provide support for investments relating to business start-ups for young fishermen as referred to in Article 31 and under the same conditions as set out in that Article, except for the requirement under point (b) of paragraph 2 of that Article.’,

read:

‘2.   The EMFF may provide support for investments relating to business start-ups for young fishermen as referred to in Article 31 and under the same conditions as set out in that Article, except for the requirement under points (b) and (d) of paragraph 2 of that Article.’.

7.

Page 33, point (b) of Article 49(2) and related footnote:

for:

‘(b)

environmental impact assessment as referred to in Directive 2001/42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (1) and Directive 92/43/EEC;

read:

‘(b)

environmental impact assessment as referred to in Directive 2011/92/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council (2) and Directive 92/43/EEC;

8.

Page 36, point (a) of Article 56(1) and related footnote:

for:

‘(a)

the costs of control and eradication of diseases in aquaculture in accordance with Council Decision 2009/470/EC (3), including the operational costs necessary to fulfil the obligations in an eradication plan;

read:

‘(a)

the costs of control and eradication of diseases in aquaculture in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 652/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council (4) , including the operational costs necessary to fulfil the obligations in an eradication plan;

9.

Page 38, Article 61(4):

for:

‘4.   If the community-led local development strategy is supported by other Funds in addition to the EMFF, the selection body of the FLAGs for the EMFF supported projects shall also fulfil the requirements set out in paragraph 3.’,

read:

‘4.   If the community-led local development strategy is supported by other Funds in addition to the EMFF, the selection body of the FLAGs for the EMFF supported operations shall also fulfil the requirements set out in paragraph 3.’.

10.

Page 44, Article 76(3) and (4):

for:

‘3.   The measures listed in points (h) to (1) of paragraph 2 shall only be eligible for support if they relate to control activities carried out by a public authority.

4.   In the case of the measures listed in points (d) and (h) of paragraph 2, the Member States concerned shall designate the managing authorities responsible for the project.’,

read:

‘3.   The operations listed in points (h) to (1) of paragraph 2 shall only be eligible for support if they relate to control activities carried out by a public authority.

4.   In the case of the operations listed in points (d) and (h) of paragraph 2, the Member States concerned shall designate the managing authorities responsible for the operation.’.

11.

Page 52, Article 100(1):

for:

‘1.   In addition to the criteria allowing for interruption listed in points (a), (b) and (c) of Article 83(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013, the authorising officer by delegation, within the meaning of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012, may interrupt the payment deadline for an interim payment claim in the case of non-compliance by a Member State with its obligations under the CFP which is liable to affect the expenditure contained in a certified statement of expenditure for which the interim payment is requested.’,

read:

‘1.   In addition to the criteria allowing for interruption listed in points (a), (b) and (c) of Article 83(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013, the authorising officer by delegation, within the meaning of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012, may interrupt the payment deadline for a payment application in the case of non-compliance by a Member State with its obligations under the CFP which is liable to affect the expenditure contained in a payment application for which the interim payment is requested.’.

12.

Page 52, Article 100(3):

for:

‘3.   The interruption of all or part of the interim payments related to the expenditure referred to in paragraph 1 covered by the payment claim shall be proportionate, having regard to the nature, gravity, duration and repetition of the non- compliance.’,

read:

‘3.   The interruption of all or part of the interim payments related to the expenditure referred to in paragraph 1 covered by the payment application shall be proportionate, having regard to the nature, gravity, duration and repetition of the non- compliance.’.

13.

Page 52, Article 101(1):

for:

‘1.   In addition to Article 142 of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013, the Commission may adopt implementing acts suspending all or part of the interim payments under the operational programme in the case of a serious non-compliance by a Member State with its obligations under the CFP, which is liable to affect the expenditure contained in a certified statement of expenditure for which the interim payment is requested.’,

read:

‘1.   In addition to Article 142 of Regulation (EU) No 1303/2013, the Commission may adopt implementing acts suspending all or part of the interim payments under the operational programme in the case of a serious non-compliance by a Member State with its obligations under the CFP, which is liable to affect the expenditure contained in a payment application for which the interim payment is requested.’.

14.

Page 52, Article 101(3):

for:

‘3.   The suspension of all or part of the interim payments related to the expenditure referred to in paragraph 1 covered by the payment claim shall be proportionate, having regard to the nature, gravity, duration and repetition of the serious noncompliance.’,

read:

‘3.   The suspension of all or part of the interim payments related to the expenditure referred to in paragraph 1 covered by the payment application shall be proportionate, having regard to the nature, gravity, duration and repetition of the serious noncompliance.’.

15.

Page 53, points (a) and (b) of Article 105(1):

for:

‘(a)

expenditure contained in a certified statement of expenditure is affected by cases in which the beneficiary does not respect the obligations referred to in Article 10(2) of this Regulation and has not been corrected by the Member State prior to the opening of the correction procedure under this paragraph;

(b)

expenditure contained in a certified statement of expenditure is affected by cases of serious non-compliance with the CFP rules by the Member State which have resulted in the suspension of payment under Article 101 of this Regulation and where the Member State concerned still fails to demonstrate that it has taken the necessary remedial action to ensure compliance with and the enforcement of applicable rules in the future.’,

read:

‘(a)

expenditure contained in a payment application is affected by cases in which the beneficiary does not respect the obligations referred to in Article 10(2) of this Regulation and has not been corrected by the Member State prior to the opening of the correction procedure under this paragraph;

(b)

expenditure contained in a payment application is affected by cases of serious non-compliance with the CFP rules by the Member State which have resulted in the suspension of payment under Article 101 of this Regulation and where the Member State concerned still fails to demonstrate that it has taken the necessary remedial action to ensure compliance with and the enforcement of applicable rules in the future.’.

16.

Page 54, Article 110(1):

for:

‘1.   Key information on the implementation of the operational programme, on each operation selected for funding, as well as on completed operations, needed for monitoring and evaluation, including the key characteristics of the beneficiary and the project, shall be recorded and maintained electronically.’,

read:

‘1.   Key information on the implementation of the operational programme, on each operation selected for funding, as well as on completed operations, needed for monitoring and evaluation, including the key characteristics of the beneficiary and the operation, shall be recorded and maintained electronically.’.

17.

Page 55, point (d) of Article 114(2):

for:

‘(d)

information on actions taken to comply with Article 41(10) of this Regulation.;’,

read:

‘(d)

information on actions taken to comply with Article 41(8) of this Regulation;’.

18.

Page 58, point (a) of Article 125:

for:

‘(a)

by 31 March 2017, an interim evaluation report on …’,

read:

‘(a)

in accordance with Article 15, an interim evaluation report on …’.



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