Council Regulation (EEC) No 2088/85 concerning the integrated Mediterranean programmes (23 July 1985)

The enlargement to the South provided the basis for the adoption of Integrated Mediterranean Programmes (IMPs), instituted by Council Regulation (EEC) No 2088/85 in 1985. IMPs were introduced in response to Greek threats to veto the accession of Portugal and Spain over fears that their membership would be harmful for the Greek economy. The launch phase for IMPs was managed by Grigoris Varfis, Greek Commissioner responsible for Regional Policy in the first Commission chaired by Jacques Delors from 1985 to 1989. In recognition of Greece’s concerns, the European Council held in Brussels in 1985 accepted the IMP scheme to compensate Greece, as well as Italy and France, also potentially affected by the accession of the Iberian countries.

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Source: Council of the European Communities, Regulation (EEC) No 2088/85 of 23 July 1985 concerning the Integrated Mediterranean Programmes, from Official Journal of the European Communities (OJEC). 27.07.1985, No L 197, 9 p.

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