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R&D among priorities for renewal of EU’s Eastern Partnership

Five-year, €2.3 billion plan aims to strengthen former Soviet democracies, economies and academic mobility

Research and innovation have been included in a proposal for the next five-year plan for the Eastern Partnership, the EU’s policy initiative for helping the six former Soviet republics on its eastern borders.

The 2 July proposal from the European Commission, which covers €2.3 billion of EU funding, says that research and innovation “are crucial for creating decent and sustainable jobs”.

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