Research and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party: agenda - 30 October

October 30, 2006

Brussels, October 2006

Full text of Document 3619/06

Brussels, 25 October

Subject: Research and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party
Date: Monday 30 October 2006 (10h00)
Venue: COUNCIL JUSTUS LIPSIUS BUILDING

1. FP7 Package - information from the Presidency on state of play

2. Specific Programmes - examination of Presidency texts (docs. to follow)

3. International S/T Agreements

a) Korea fusion agreement and ITER broader approach - state of play (docs.. 13848/06 , 13849/06)

b) Renewal of agreements with Switzerland and Israel - presentation of Commission recommendations for negotiation mandates

4. ITER European Legal Entity - continuation of discussions (doc. 12323/06 )

5. Euratom Rules for Participation - continuation of examination of Presidency text

6. Generation IV International Forum - presentation by Commission

7. Any Other Business

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