EC-USA scientific cooperation

December 17, 2003

Strasbourg, 16 Dec 2003

Luis BERENGUER FUSTER (PES, E)

Report on the proposal for a Council decision concerning the conclusion of an Agreement aimed at renewing the Agreement for scientific and technological cooperation between the European Community and the Government of the United States of America

( COM(2003) 569 - C5-0503/2003 - 2003/0223(CNS))

Doc.: A5-0436/2003 [may not be available yet]

Procedure: Consultation

Debate: 16.12.2003

Vote

Parliament adopted a non-binding resolution approving the renewal of the EC-USA agreement on scientific and technical cooperation.

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European Parliament Daily Notebook 2003-12-16

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