Coreper Agenda Item on the 7th Framework Programme

Helsinki, 15 Sep 2006

Date: Wednesday 20 (10:15) and Friday 22 (10:15) September 2006

- Proposal for a Decision of the European Parliament and the Council concerning the 7th Framework Programme of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities (2007-2013) (cp + s)
= Adoption
(a) of the common position
12032/06 RECH 200 COMPET 214 CODEC 806 OC 568
12688/06 CODEC 892 RECH 212 COMPET 232 + ADD 1

(b) of the statement of the Council's reasons
12032/06 RECH 200 COMPET 214 CODEC 806 OC 568 ADD 1

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Finnish Presidency of the European Union
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