Main financial corrections
Under this latest decision, funds will be recovered from 15 Member States: Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Latvia, Luxembourg, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, Finland and the United Kingdom. The most significant individual corrections are:
- € 40.4 million charged to UK for weaknesses related to the Land Parcel Identification System – Geographical Information System (LPIS-GIS), to the on-the-spot checks and to the payments and sanctions in Scotland
- € 39.2 million (financial impact1 : €30.4 million) charged to Poland for weaknesses related to the LPIS-GIS, administrative cross-checks, payments, application of sanctions, retro-active recoveries and the lateness of on-the-spot checks
- € 18.6 million (financial impact2 : €16.6 million) charged to UK for deficiencies in the allocation of entitlements
- € 11.5 million charged to Denmark for deficiencies in the LPIS and in the on-the-spot controls.