Finalised Text of Decision on the Scientific and Technological Cooperation Agreement with Switzerland (link)

April 12, 2006

Brussels, 11 Apr 2006

Full text of Document 7911/06
Suite of documents 7911/06

Subject: Decision of the Council and of the Commission on the conclusion on behalf of the European Community and of the European Atomic Energy Community of the Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between the European Community and the European Atomic Energy Community, of the one part, and the Swiss Confederation, of the other part
COMMON GUIDELINES
Consultation deadline for Bulgaria and Romania: 20.4.2006

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