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COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL Technical adjustment of the multiannual financial framework for 2022 in accordance with Article 4 of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027

COM/2021/365 final

Brussels, 7.6.2021

COM(2021) 365 final

COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL EMPTY

Technical adjustment of the multiannual financial framework for 2022 in accordance with Article 4 of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027


COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL

Technical adjustment of the multiannual financial framework for 2022 in accordance with Article 4 of Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027

1.introduction

Council Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2020/2093 laying down the multiannual financial framework for the years 2021 to 2027 1 (‘MFF Regulation’) contains the EU financial framework table for the period 2021-2027, expressed in 2018 prices (Annex I).

The present communication provides the budgetary authority with the result of the technical adjustment ahead of the budgetary procedure for the year 2022 in accordance with Article 4 of the MFF Regulation. In particular, the technical adjustment establishes the expenditure ceilings at current prices based on the fixed 2% deflator as provided for in Article 4(2) of the MFF Regulation.

On the basis of the latest economic forecasts 2 , the communication also provides a calculation of the margin under the own resources ceiling set in application of the Council Decision on the system of own resources of the European Union in force at the time of the adoption of this communication.

The communication also presents the amounts available under the Single Margin Instrument under Article 11 of the MFF Regulation and the programme specific adjustments as provided in Article 5 of the MFF Regulation.

In accordance with Article 4(1) of the MFF Regulation, the Commission makes the technical adjustment to the financial framework and communicates the results to the budgetary authority each year, ahead of the budgetary procedure for year n+1.

According to Article 4(4) of the MFF Regulation, and without prejudice to articles 6 and 7 of that Regulation, no further technical adjustments are made in respect of the year concerned, either during the year or as ex-post corrections during subsequent years.

2.Terms of the adjustment of the Multiannual Financial Framework table (Annex - tables 1-2)

Table 1 in the Annex shows the EU multiannual financial framework in 2018 prices of the MFF Regulation adjusted according to Articles 2(1) and 5 of that Regulation.

Table 2 in the Annex shows the EU multiannual financial framework adjusted in current prices.

The financial framework expressed in percentage of the Union’s gross national income (GNI) is updated with the latest economic forecasts. On that basis, the EU GNI for 2022 is established at EUR 14 922 172 million in current prices.

2.1.Main results of the technical adjustment of the Multiannual Financial Framework for 2022

The overall MFF ceiling for commitment appropriations for 2022 stands at EUR 167 516 million in current prices, which equals 1,12% of GNI. The overall MFF ceiling for payment appropriations corresponds to EUR 169 209 million in current prices, equivalent to 1,13% of GNI.

On 1 June 2021, Council Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053 of 14 December 2020 on the system of own resources (‘ORD 2020’) 3 entered into force. It applies retroactively as of 1 January 2021. The own resources ceiling for payment appropriations is set at 2.00% of the sum of all the Member States’ GNIs. Out of this, 0,60 percentage points are a temporary increase for the sole purpose of covering all liabilities stemming from the European Union Recovery Instrument 4 .

The resulting margin for 2022 between the MFF ceiling for payment appropriations and the own resources ceiling for payment appropriations stands at EUR 129 234 million, or 0,87% of GNI 5 .

The table below provides information for the period 2021-2027 on the margin (in percentage of GNI) between the MFF ceiling for payment appropriations and the own resources ceiling for payment appropriations.

In % of EU GNI

2021 6

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2021-2027

MFF ceiling for payment appropriations

1,20%

1,13%%

1,07%

1,06%

1,05%

1,04%

1,03%

1,08%

Margin beneath the 2,00% GNI own resources ceiling in application of Council Decision (EU, Euratom) 2020/2053

0,00%

0,87%

0,93%

0,94%

0,95%

0,96%

0,97%

0,92% 7



2.2.Adjustment of the sub-ceiling for Heading 3

According to Article 2(1) of the MFF Regulation, the sub-ceiling for heading 3 for market related expenditure and direct payments (pillar I of the Common Agricultural Policy - CAP) for the period 2021-2027 shall be adjusted following the transfers between the first and second pillars of the CAP in accordance with the legal act establishing these transfers. The total amount of the ceiling for commitment appropriations for Heading 3 does not change.

The sub-ceiling of Heading 3 is adjusted for the second time 8 in the technical adjustment of the MFF for 2022.

The deadline for submitting transfer notifications by Member States to the Commission was 19 February 2021. The result was set out in a Commission Delegated Regulation C(2021)2486 9 .

The changes in current prices in Heading 3 sub-ceiling are converted into 2018 prices to adjust the multiannual financial framework table which is expressed in 2018 prices. For this purpose, the net balance of transfers is first converted into 2018 prices by using the 2% fixed annual deflator. This result is then rounded up to express the adjusted sub-ceiling in millions of euros. The rounding-up is necessary to ensure that the MFF sub-ceiling is always higher than the net balance available for expenditure in the annual budget for the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund (EAGF) 10 .



The table below shows the net result (in million euro) of the transfers between the two pillars of CAP and their impact for Heading 3 sub-ceiling.

Sub-ceiling for EAGF (market related expenditures and direct payments) after transfers in current and 2018 prices

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2021-2027

- in current prices -

Initial H3 sub-ceiling

40 925,000

41 257,000

41 518,000

41 649,000

41 782,000

41 913,000

42 047,000

291 091,000

H3 sub-ceiling set in the last technical adjustment (2021)

40 368,000

41 257,000

41 518,000

41 649,000

41 782,000

41 913,000

42 047,000

290 534,000

Net transfer in the technical adjustment for 2021

- 557,046

- 557,046

Net transfer in the current technical adjustment

- 618,811

- 618,811

Total net transfers (P1 to P2) compared to initial sub-ceiling

- 557,046

- 618,811

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

-1 175,857

EAGF net balance after all transfers

40 367,954

40 638,189

41 518,000

41 649,000

41 782,000

41 913,000

42 047,000

289 915,143

H3 sub-ceiling after transfers

40 368,000

40 639,000

41 518,000

41 649,000

41 782,000

41 913,000

42 047,000

289 916,000

Rounding difference

0,046

0,811

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,857

Difference to original sub-ceiling after all transfers

- 557,000

- 618,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

-1 175,000

- in 2018 prices -

Initial H3 sub-ceiling

38 564,000

38 115,000

37 604,000

36 983,000

36 373,000

35 772,000

35 183,000

258 594,000

H3 sub-ceiling set in the last technical adjustment (2021)

38 040,000

38 115,000

37 604,000

36 983,000

36 373,000

35 772,000

35 183,000

258 070,000

Net transfer in the technical adjustment for 2021

- 524,375

- 524,375

Net transfer in the current technical adjustment

- 571,595

- 571,595

Total net transfers (P1 to P2) compared to initial sub-ceiling

- 524,375

- 571,595

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

-1 095,970

EAGF net balance after all transfers

38 039,625

37 543,405

37 604,000

36 983,000

36 373,000

35 772,000

35 183,000

257 498,030

H3 sub-ceiling after transfers

38 040,000

37 544,000

37 604,000

36 983,000

36 373,000

35 772,000

35 183,000

257 499,000

Rounding difference

0,375

0,595

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,970

Difference to original sub-ceiling after all transfers

- 524,000

- 571,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

0,000

-1 095,000

2.3.Programme specific adjustments in accordance with Article 5(2) of the MFF Regulation

In accordance with Articles 5(2) and 4(1)(e) of the MFF Regulation, this communication includes the calculation, for the year 2022, of the additional allocations for specific programmes referred to in Annex II of the MFF Regulation and the resulting upwards adjustments of the ceilings for commitment and payment appropriations.

The revenue from fines imposed under Council Regulations (EC) No 1/2003 11 and (EC) No 139/2004 12 entered in the budget of 2020 is EUR 260 million (EUR 240 million in 2018 prices), which is below the minimum threshold of EUR 1 500 million in 2018 prices. Therefore, the minimum threshold provides the total volume of the adjustment for 2022 in 2018 prices.

The adjustment in current prices amounts to EUR 1 624 million after applying the 2% annual deflator and rounding up to million euro in line with how the MFF ceilings are expressed. This amount corresponds to the upward adjustment of the overall ceiling in commitment appropriations and the ceiling in payment appropriations for the year 2022.

The breakdown of the adjustment by MFF heading and programme is based on the column 'Distribution key' of Annex II of the MFF Regulation. The adjustments of the individual ceilings in commitment approprations are rounded to the nearest million euro 13 .

COMMITMENT CEILINGS:

Current prices

2018 prices

1. Single Market, Innovation and Digital

590 000 000

545 000 000

Horizon Europe

442 500 000

408 750 000

InvestEU Fund

147 500 000

136 250 000

2b. Resilience and Values

886 000 000

819 000 000

EU4Health

428 301 009

395 912 558

Erasmus+

251 101 008

232 112 557

Creative Europe

88 518 790

81 824 931

Rights and Values

118 079 193

109 149 954

4. Migration and Border Management

148 000 000

136 000 000

Integrated Border Management Fund

148 000 000

136 000 000

Total commitment ceiling:

1 624 000 000

1 500 000 000

PAYMENT CEILING:

1 624 000 000

1 500 000 000

2.4.Adjustment of the payment ceiling in accordance with article 4(1)(d) and article 11(1)(b) – Single Margin Instrument.

In accordance with Article 4(1)(d) of the MFF Regulation, the technical adjustment shall include the amount of the adjustment of the ceiling for payment appropriations under the Single Margin Instrument as referred to in point (b) of the first subparagraph of Article 11(1).

In accordance with Article 11(1)(b), this adjustment will be carried out for the first time in 2022 (in the technical adjustment for 2023).

3.Special instruments

Special instruments are available outside the expenditure ceilings of the 2021-2027 multiannual financial framework. These instruments aim to ensure rapid response to exceptional or unforeseen events, and to provide flexibility beyond the agreed expenditure ceilings within certain limits set in the MFF Regulation.

3.1.Thematic Special Instruments

3.1.1.European Globalisation Adjustment Fund

According to Article 8 of the MFF Regulation, the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund can be mobilised up to a maximum of EUR 186 million per year in 2018 prices, or EUR 201,3 million in current prices for 2022 14 . Unused amounts of the previous year cannot be carried over.

The table below shows the details of the annual availability of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund. Mobilisations will be reported for the full preceding year as of 2022.

European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF)

EUR million

 

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

Total

Annual amounts in 2018 prices

186

186

186

186

186

186

186

1 302,0

Annual amounts in current prices

197,4

201,3

205,4

209,5

213,7

217,9

222,3

1467,4

3.1.2.Solidarity and Emergency Aid Reserve

According to Article 9 of the MFF Regulation, the Solidarity and Emergency Aid Reserve can be mobilised up to a maximum amount of EUR 1 200 million per year in 2018 prices, or EUR 1 298,9 million at current prices for 2022. The portion of the unused amount of the previous year can be carried over to the following year.

An amount of EUR 47 981 598 of the EU Solidarity Fund, which remained unused at the end of 2020, was carried over from 2020 to 2021.

The table below shows the details of the annual availability of the Solidarity and Emergency Aid Reserve. Mobilisations will be reported for the full preceding year as of 2022.

Solidarity and Emergency Aid Reserve (SEAR)

EUR million

 

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

Total

Annual amounts in 2018 prices

1 200

1 200

1 200

1 200

1 200

1 200

1 200

8400,0

Annual amounts in current prices

1 273,4

1 298,9

1324,9

1 351,4

1 378,4

1 406,0

1 434,1

9467,2

Carried-over from the previous year

48,0

 

3.1.3.Brexit Adjustment Reserve

In accordance with Article 10 of the MFF Regulation, the Brexit Adjustment Reserve can be mobilised subject to and in accordance with the conditions set out in the relevant instrument for a total amount of EUR 5 000 million in 2018 prices over the period 2021-2027. The amount shall be entered in the budget as a provision.

The profile for the annual amounts for the Brexit Adjustment Reserve is to be set out in the relevant basic act. The Commission tabled on 25 December 2020 a proposal for a Regulation establishing the Brexit Adjustment Reserve 15 with the following annual allocation profile of the overall amount in commitment appropriations:

Brexit Adjustment Reserve

EUR million

 

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

Total

Annual amounts in 2018 prices

4 000,0

0,0

0,0

1 000,0

0,0

5 000,0

Annual amounts in current prices

4 244,8

0,0

0,0

1 126,2

0,0

5 371,0

Should the final agreement on the Brexit Adjustment Reserve Regulation include a different annual profile, this information will be updated in the technical adjustment for 2023.

3.2.Non-thematic Special Instruments

3.2.1.Single Margin Instrument

In accordance with Article 4(1)(c) of the MFF Regulation, the technical adjustment shall communicate the amount available in commitment appropriations under the Single Margin Instrument as referred to in point (a) of the first subparagraph of Article 11(1). No amount is yet available in 2021, and the calculation will be carried out for the first time in 2022 (in the technical adjustment for 2023).

The total maximum amount referred to in point (a) of the first subparagraph of Article 11(2) is 0.04% of the EU GNI, that is equivalent to EUR 5 968,9 million in 2022.

The total maximum amount referred to in point (b) of the first subparagraph of Article 11(2) is 0.03% of the EU GNI, that is equivalent to EUR 4 476,7 million in 2022.

3.2.2.Flexibility Instrument

According to Article 12 of the MFF Regulation, the Flexibility Instrument can be mobilised up to a maximum annual amount of EUR 915 million in 2018 prices, or EUR 990,4 million in current prices for 2022. The portion of the unused annual amounts of the previous two years may be carried over.

The table below details the annual availabilities and mobilisation of the Flexibility Instrument in commitment appropriations in the adopted budget 2021 16 . Other mobilisations will be reported for the full preceding year as of 2022.

Flexibility Instrument

EUR million

 

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

Total

Annual amounts in 2018 prices

915,0

915,0

915,0

915,0

915,0

915,0

915,0

6 405,0

Annual amounts in current prices

971,0

990,4

1 010,2

1 030,4

1 051,0

1 072,1

1 093,5

7 218,7

Carried-over from the previous year

0,0

 

Annual mobilisation

76,4

76,4

Carried-over to the following year

 

Lapsed

0,0

0,0

The payment schedule of the mobilisation of the Flexibility Instrument in the adopted budget 2021 and of outstanding amounts stemming from mobilisations under the 2014-2020 multiannual financial framework is detailed in the following table:

Flexibility Instrument - payment profile

EUR million

Mobilisation origin

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

Total

MFF 2014-2020

583,0

207,1

122,2

0,0

0,0

0,0

0,0

912,3

2021

45,4

13,0

10,3

7,6

0,0

0,0

0,0

76,4

Total

628,5

220,1

132,5

7,6

0,0

0,0

0,0

988,7

4.Summary table and conclusions

The tables below summarise the changes to the ceilings for commitment and payment appropriations in the multiannual financial framework based on Articles 2(1) and 5 of the MFF Regulation in current and 2018 prices:

EUR million, current prices

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2021-2027

1. Single Market, Innovation and Digital

590

590

2. Cohesion, Resilience and Values

886

886

2a. Economic, social and territorial cohesion

0

2b. Resilience and Values

886

886

3. Natural Resources and Environment

0

0

of which: Market related expenditure and direct payments

-618

-618

4. Migration and Border Management

148

148

5. Security and Defence

0

6. Neighbourhood and the World

0

7. European Public Administration

0

of which: Administrative expenditure of the institutions

0

Total change in commitment appropriations

0

1 624

0

0

0

0

0

1 624

Total change in payment appropriations

0

1 624

0

0

0

0

0

1 624

EUR million, 2018 prices

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2021-2027

1. Single Market, Innovation and Digital

545

545

2. Cohesion, Resilience and Values

819

819

2a. Economic, social and territorial cohesion

0

2b. Resilience and Values

819

819

3. Natural Resources and Environment

0

0

of which: Market related expenditure and direct payments

-571

-571

4. Migration and Border Management

136

136

5. Security and Defence

0

6. Neighbourhood and the World

0

7. European Public Administration

0

of which: Administrative expenditure of the institutions

0

Total change in commitment appropriations

0

1 500

0

0

0

0

0

1 500

Total change in payment appropriations

0

1 500

0

0

0

0

0

1 500

(1)    OJ L 433I , 22.12.2020, p. 11
(2)      European Commission, European Economic Forecast Spring 2021: https://ec.europa.eu/info/business-economy-euro/economic-performance-and-forecasts/economic-forecasts/spring-2021-economic-forecast_en
(3)      OJ L 424, 15.12.2020, p. 1.
(4)    Council Regulation (EU) 2020/2094 of 14 December 2020 establishing a European Union Recovery Instrument to support the recovery in the aftermath of the COVID-19 crisis, OJ L 433I, 22.12.2020, p. 23.
(5)      The specific margin under the temporary increase of the own resources ceiling corresponding to 0,60% of the sum of all the Member States’ GNIs will depend on the expenditure authorised for 2022 in relation to liabilities under the European Union Recovery Instrument and the corresponding own resources to finance it.
(6)    In accordance with Article 4(4) of the MFF Regulation, the MFF ceiling for payment appropriations and the margin for the year 2021 are not further adjusted following the technical adjustment for 2021 communicated to the European Parliament and the Council on 18.12.2020 (COM(2020)848 final).
(7)      This percentage is calculated by subtracting the average of the annual MFF ceilings for payment appropriations for each year of the period 2021-2027 (namely 1,08% of the sum of all the Member States’ GNIs) from the own resources ceiling for payment appropriations of 2.00% of the sum of all the Member States’ GNIs, applicable throughout the whole period 2021 – 2027.
(8)    The first adjustment was described in the technical adjustment of the financial framework for 2021 (COM/2020/848 final).
(9)    The Commission Delegated Regulation[C(2021)2486] of 15 April 2021 amending Annex I to Regulation (EU) No 1305/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council and Annexes II and III to Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council is currently undergoing scrutiny by the Parliament and Council and is expected to be published by mid-June 2021.
(10)      The resulting small difference does not constitute an available margin, but is exclusively arising from the rounding operation.
(11)      Council Regulation (EC) No 1/2003 of 16 December 2002 on the implementation of the rules on competition laid down in Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty, OJ L 1, 4.1.2003, p. 1 .
(12)      Council Regulation (EC) No 139/2004 of 20 January 2004 on the control of concentrations between undertakings (the EC Merger Regulation), OJ L 24, 29.1.2004, p. 1 .
(13)      The amount for the heading with highest share is established as the difference between the total adjustment and the sum of the amounts for all other headings in order to avoid rounding discrepancies.
(14)      In accordance with the MFF Regulation the conversion is based on the 2% fixed annual deflator. The result in current prices is expressed in millions and is rounded to three decimal digits. This is a horizontal approach applicable to all special instruments.
(15)      COM(2020) 854 final of 25.12.2020, 2020/0380(COD)
(16)    OJ L 93, 17.3.2021, p. 1.
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Table 1    MULTIANNUAL FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK (EU 27) ADJUSTED FOR 2022 – 2018 prices

(EUR million - 2018 prices)

COMMITMENT APPROPRIATIONS

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

Total
2021-2027

1  Single Market, Innovation and Digital

19 712

20 211

19 133

18 633

18 518

18 646

18 473

133 326

2  Cohesion, Resilience and Values

49 741

51 920

52 194

53 954

55 182

56 787

58 809

378 587

2a  Economic, social and territorial cohesion

45 411

45 951

46 493

47 130

47 770

48 414

49 066

330 235

2b  Resilience and Values

4 330

5 969

5 701

6 824

7 412

8 373

9 743

48 352

3  Natural Resources and Environment

55 242

52 214

51 489

50 617

49 719

48 932

48 161

356 374

Of which: Market related expenditure and direct payments

38 040

37 544

37 604

36 983

36 373

35 772

35 183

257 499

4  Migration and Border Management

2 324

2 947

3 164

3 282

3 672

3 682

3 736

22 807

5  Security and Defence

1 700

1 725

1 737

1 754

1 928

2 078

2 263

13 185

6  Neighbourhood and the World

15 309

15 522

14 789

14 056

13 323

12 592

12 828

98 419

7  European Public Administration

10 021

10 215

10 342

10 454

10 554

10 673

10 843

73 102

Of which: Administrative expenditure of the institutions

7 742

7 878

7 945

7 997

8 025

8 077

8 188

55 852

TOTAL COMMITMENT APPROPRIATIONS

154 049

154 754

152 848

152 750

152 896

153 390

155 113

1 075 800

as a percentage of GNI

1,18%

1,12%

1,10%

1,08%

1,07%

1,06%

1,06%

1,10%

TOTAL PAYMENT APPROPRIATIONS

156 557

156 322

149 936

149 936

149 936

149 936

149 936

1 062 558

as a percentage of GNI

1,20%

1,13%

1,07%

1,06%

1,05%

1,04%

1,03%

1,08%



Table 2    MULTIANNUAL FINANCIAL FRAMEWORK (EU 27) ADJUSTED FOR 2022 – current prices

(EUR million - current prices)

COMMITMENT APPROPRIATIONS

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

Total
2021-2027

1. Single Market, Innovation and Digital

20 919

21 878

21 125

20 984

21 272

21 847

22 077

150 102

2. Cohesion, Resilience and Values

52 786

56 200

57 627

60 761

63 387

66 536

70 283

427 580

2a  Economic, social and territorial cohesion

48 191

49 739

51 333

53 077

54 873

56 725

58 639

372 577

2b  Resilience and Values

4 595

6 461

6 294

7 684

8 514

9 811

11 644

55 003

3  Natural Resources and Environment

58 624

56 519

56 849

57 003

57 112

57 332

57 557

400 996

Of which: Market related expenditure and direct payments

40 368

40 639

41 518

41 649

41 782

41 913

42 047

289 916

4  Migration and Border Management

2 467

3 191

3 494

3 697

4 218

4 315

4 465

25 847

5  Security and Defence

1 805

1 868

1 918

1 976

2 215

2 435

2 705

14 922

6  Neighbourhood and the World

16 247

16 802

16 329

15 830

15 304

14 754

15 331

110 597

7  European Public Administration

10 635

11 058

11 419

11 773

12 124

12 506

12 959

82 474

Of which: Administrative expenditure of the institutions

8 216

8 528

8 772

9 006

9 219

9 464

9 786

62 991

TOTAL COMMITMENT APPROPRIATIONS

163 483

167 516

168 761

172 024

175 632

179 725

185 377

1 212 518

as a percentage of GNI

1,18%

1,12%

1,10%

1,08%

1,07%

1,06%

1,06%

1,10%

TOTAL PAYMENT APPROPRIATIONS

166 140

169 209

165 542

168 853

172 230

175 674

179 187

1 196 835

as a percentage of GNI

1,20%

1,13%

1,07%

1,06%

1,05%

1,04%

1,03%

1,08%

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