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Don’t create new instruments for FP10, Swiss government urges

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Instruments underperforming in Horizon Europe should be strengthened or cut from successor programme, EU told

The Swiss government has urged the EU not to create any new instruments for the next iteration of its research and innovation programme, which is due to start in 2028 and is currently known as Framework Programme 10.

“There is no need to add new instruments…but rather [there is a need] to consolidate the existing ones and to improve coordination between them,” it said in a position paper on FP10 published on 17 June.

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