Political Agreement Text of the Draft Decision Concerning the 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013) (extract)

July 28, 2006

Brussels, Jul 2006

Full text of Document 11978/06
Suite of documents 11978/06

No. prev. doc.: 11826/06 RECH 193 ATO 82 COMPET 203 CODEC 783+ COR 1
No. Cion prop.: 11142/06 RECH 181 ATO 74 COMPET 188 CODEC 703
Subject: Draft 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)
­ Political Agreement

Delegations will find attached the text on which the "Competitiveness" Council on 24 July 2006 reached political agreement with a view to the adoption of the Council's common position, following legal linguistic finalisation, and its transmission to the European Parliament.

In Annex IV delegations will also find a draft Commission declaration concerning Article 6.

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