EP Briefing 2002-06-10: Sixth Framework Programme and Euratom (a number of amendments - consultation)

June 6, 2002

Strasbourg, 05 June 2002

Finally in the joint debate on research and training programmes Konrad SCHWAIGER (EPP-ED, D) will be presenting a report on the 6th Framework Programme for Euratom (European Atomic Energy Community). The reporter is suggesting a number of amendments in order to specify the role of the JRC:

It should develop muclear safety with a view to enlargement.

It should promote international efforts to combat the illicit trafficking of nuclear materials

The JRC should help prevent nuclear material getting into terrorist hands.


Konrad SCHWAIGER (EPP-ED, D)
Report on the proposal and amended proposal for a Council decision adopting a specific programme 2002-2006 for research and training to be carried out by the Joint Research Centre by means of direct actions for the European Atomic Energy Community
(COM(2001)9 - C5-0334/2001 + COM(2002) 43 - C5-0216/2002- 2001/0126(CNS))
Doc.: A5-0208/2002 [may not be available yet]


Procedure: Consultation procedure
Debate: 11.06.200

European Parliament Briefing 2002-06-10

http://www.europarl.eu.int/home/default _en.htm

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