The European Commission presented data, in which each measure under the RRF is tagged as contributing towards two out of six policy pillars (primary or secondary contribution, see Figure 39). Based on 22 approved NRRPs, data that take the primary and secondary contributions of measures jointly show that RRF funds make the largest contributions, in descending order, to pillar 1 – green transition, pillar 3 – smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, and pillar 4 – social and territorial cohesion. Looking only at the primary contribution of measures, the picture is partially different: the green transition pillar remains the largest, but this time it is followed by pillar 2 – digital transition, and pillar 3.
RRF contribution to the six priority pillars (% of funds allocated based on 22 approved NRRPs)
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