EU and Switzerland cooperate in research

18 August 2005

European Union (EU) ministers have been asked to formally approve a deal struck between the European Commission and the Swiss government on deepening their cooperation in nuclear research projects. The agreement cements the participation of Swiss researchers in the Euratom components of multi-billion Euro EU framework programmes on research. The new agreement would replace a 2002 nuclear research cooperation deal and also includes new rules on financial controls, audits and documents demanded of Swiss partners in EU projects.




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