Amendments to INCO calls

December 20, 2004

Brussels, 17 Dec 2004

The European Commission has published a number of amendments to calls for proposals under the 'international cooperation' strand of the Sixth Framework Programme (FP6).


- For call FP6-2002-INCO-DEV/SSA-1 The total indicative budget for 2005 is two million euro (0.5 million for March and 1.5 million for the September closing date).


- For call FP6-2002-INCO-MPC/SSA-2 The total indicative budget for 2005 is 0.9 million euro (0.3 million for March and 0.6 million for the September closing date).


- For call FP6-2002-INCO-WBC/SSA-3 This call has been cancelled and replaced by a new SSA call - FP6-2004-INCO-WBC/SSA-3 - deadline 7 March 2005.


- For call FP6-2002-INCO-Russia+NIS/SSA-4 The total indicative budget for 2005 is 0.8 million euro (0.3 million for March and 0.5 million for the September closing date).


- For call FP6-2002-INCO-COMultilatRTD/SSA-5 The total indicative budget for 2005 is 1.5 million euro (0.5 million for March and 1 million for the September closing date).

To see the full details of the amendments, please consult the following web address:
http:///fp6.cordis.lu/fp6/calls_activity. cfm?ID_ACTIVITY=532
Remarks: The deadlines for submitting proposal documents are 7.3.2005 and 7.9.2005.


Before contacting the Commission, proposers are strongly advised to consult the original call text in the Official Journal of the European Union at the reference below.

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities
Item source: http:///dbs.cordis.lu/cgi-bin/srchidadb?C ALLER=NHP_EN_NEWS&ACTION=D&SESSION=&RCN= EN_RCN_ID:23098

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