Coreper Agenda Entry on the 7th Framework Programmes

July 17, 2006

Helsinki, 14 Jul 2006

2149th MEETING OF THE PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE (Part 1)
Date: Wednesday 19 (10:45) July 2006

- (poss.) Preparation of the Council meeting "Competitiveness" (Internal Market, Industry and Research) on 24 July 2006
(a) Proposal for a Decision on the 7th Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration (EC)(2007-2013)(LA)
(b) Proposal for a Decision on the 7th Framework Programme of the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom)(2007-2011)(LA)
= Political agreement (Public deliberation)
Examination of outstanding issues
11142/06 RECH 181 ATO 74 COMPET 188 CODEC 703 (x)
10374/06 CODEC 620 RECH 172 ATO 65 COMPET 170 (x) + COR 1 (x)
11249/06 RECH 183 ATO 76 COMPET 191 CODEC 715

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Finnish Presidency of the European Union
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