Agenda of the Research and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party, 17 July 2006

July 17, 2006

Brussels, 14 Jul 2006

Full text of Document 2580/06

1. ITER: proposal for the conclusion of an international agreement doc. 9846/06 RECH 146 ATO 54 COMPET 144
­ examination of the Commission's proposal

2. Rules for Participation (EC and EURATOM)
doc. 10205/06 COMPET 158 RECH 158 CODEC 592
­ examination of the amendments adopted by the ITRE Committee

3. FP 7 Specific Programmes: Governance aspects
docs. 7361/06 RECH 73 COMPET 65 7364/06 RECH 74 ATO 32 COMPET 66 7366/06 RECH 75 COMPET 67 8801/06 LIMITE RECH 103 COMPET 96 8803/06 LIMITE RECH 104 COMPET 97

4. Any other business

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