Research and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party: agenda (agreement with Switzerland) - 12 January

January 13, 2006

Brussels, 12 January 2006

Full text of Document 70/06

dated: 26 December 2005

Subject: Research and Joint Research/Atomic Questions Working Party

Date: Thursday 12 January 2006 (10h00)
Venue: COUNCIL
JUSTUS LIPSIUS BUILDING
Rue de la Loi 175, 1048 BRUSSELS

1. Proposal for the conclusion of EC/Euratom - Swiss Agreement on Scientific and Technological cooperation
­ examination of the proposal doc. 11526/05 RECH 162 ATO 76 AELE 17 CH

2. Specific Programme "Cooperation":
­ examination of themes 4-6 ("Nanosciences", "Energy" and "Environment") doc. 136/05 RECH 182 COMPET 198

3. A.O.B.

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