Conclusion of scientific cooperation agreements

29-06-2015

Scientific cooperation with non-EU countries aims to strengthen EU competitiveness, tackle global challenges and support the Union's external policies. At the July 2015 part-session, the European Parliament is scheduled to vote on its consent to three international agreements for scientific cooperation between the EU and Switzerland, the Faroe Islands and India.

Scientific cooperation with non-EU countries aims to strengthen EU competitiveness, tackle global challenges and support the Union's external policies. At the July 2015 part-session, the European Parliament is scheduled to vote on its consent to three international agreements for scientific cooperation between the EU and Switzerland, the Faroe Islands and India.