Draft Council Conclusions Relating to the Seventh Framework Programme and Future European Policy to Support Research (link)

November 19, 2004

Brussels, 18 Nov 2004

Full text of Document 14733/04
Suite of documents 14733/04

No. prev. doc.: 12898/04 COMPET 155 IND 123 RECH 181
No. Cion prop.: 10740/04 RECH 134 - COM(2004) 353 final 12368/04 RECH 168 COMPET 143 COSDP 508 POLARM - COM(2004) 590 final
Subject: Draft Council conclusions relating to the Seventh Framework Programme and Future European Policy to support research

I. INTRODUCTION

1. The Commission submitted, on 16 June 2004, its communication "Science and technology, the key to Europe's future ­ Guidelines for future European Union policy to support research" (doc. 10740/04 ).

2. The Council ("Competitiveness"), at its meeting of 24 September 2004, adopted conclusions "on the evaluation of the new instruments of the sixth framework programme for research, development and demonstration (2002-2006) and on the future European Union policy to support research" (doc. 12898/04 ). In particular, the Council invited Coreper to reflect further on the Commission communication, on the basis of the clarifications by the Commission, with a view to an in-depth debate by the Competitiveness Council of 25/26 November 2004 on the essential features of the future Framework Programme.

II. STATE OF PLAY

3. On the basis of further information from the Commission, the Research Working Party has discussed at a number of meetings, the content of more detailed conclusions relating to the Seventh Framework Programme and Future European Policy to support research. Following the meeting of the Working Party on 15 November 2004 the Presidency drew

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