Presidency Report on the Proposed Decisions Concerning the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development (link)

September 26, 2005

Brussels, 23 Sep 2005

Full text of Document 12521/05
Suite of documents 12521/05

Cion.prop. 8087/05 RECH 80 ATO 45 COMPET 68 CODEC 266 ­ COM(2005) 119 final
Prev.doc. 9131/05 RECH 112 COMPET 99

Subject: Proposal for decisions concerning the Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological development (2007-2013) ­ Building the Europe of Knowledge

- Orientation debate at the Council ("Competitiveness") on 11 October 2005

I. INTRODUCTION On the basis of the orientation debate at the Council ("Competitiveness") of 6 June 20051 which focussed on the collaborative research ("Cooperation") and human resources ("People") sections of the proposal for the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7)2, the Presidency established a revised draft text3 for these sections. Following this debate, the Council preparatory bodies have undertaken a detailed examination of the remaining sections, i.e. "Ideas" and "Capacities", of the Commission proposal for FP7 (EC). They have also examined the proposal for the Euratom Framework Programme as a whole and the proposed funding schemes.

1 Doc. 9131/05 RECH 112 COMPET 99.

2 Doc. 8087/05 RECH 80 ATO 45 COMPET 68 CODEC 266.

3 Doc. 10704/05 RECH 152 ATO 69 COMPET 147 CODEC 568.

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