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Czech Republic gears up for its EU presidency

Image: EU2022 CZ, via Flickr

Research infrastructure and funding synergies prioritised in bid to “rethink, rebuild and repower” Europe

The Czech Republic has begun ramping up activities for its forthcoming presidency of the Council of the EU, with the main research and innovation priorities set to be infrastructure and synergies between funding sources.

Presidencies, which rotate among EU member states, coordinate EU-level activities of the bloc’s countries for six months and have some influence over the issues that are worked on. The Czech Republic takes over the presidency from France on 1 July.

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