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Parliamentary questions
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29 November 2019
 E-002929/2019
Answer given by Mr Moedas
on behalf of the European Commission
Question reference: E-002929/2019

The European Commission might fund research projects involving non-human primates as long as the beneficiary of the funding receives the authorisation from the Member State in which the research will be carried out and that it complies with provisions laid down in Directive 2010/63/EU Directive 2010/63/EU is transposed into national legislation by all Member States and its enforcement is the responsibility of the Member States. Irrespective of the availability of any funding, a project using non-human primates can only start in a given Member State if it is authorised by a competent authority of that Member State.

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