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Sweden kicks off EU presidency and sets out its agenda

Image: Johannes Frandsen, Sweden2023eu


Research ministers to meet in February and May, with conclusions on open science expected

Sweden has kicked off its presidency of the Council of the EU and set out a schedule for its six-month turn at chairing the EU-related work of the bloc’s governments, including meetings of their research ministers.

Presidencies have some scope to set EU priorities, so the plans of the Swedish presidency, which began on 1 January, are important for the whole bloc.

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