Partial General Agreement Horizon Europe

18 July 2018 on the financial rules applicable to the GENERAL EU budget, regulations (EU) 1296/2013 i, (EU) no 1301/2013, (EU) no 1303/2013 i, (EU) no 1304/2013, (EU) no 1304/2013. 1309/2013 i, (EU) no 1316/2013, (EU) no 223/2014 i, (EU) no 283/2014 and decision 541/2014/EU, and repeal of regulation (EU, Euratom) no 966/2012 (JO L 185 of 20. JO L 193, 30.7.2018, p. 1). The European elections in 2019 and the new Commission in the same year did not facilitate the negotiations on Horizon Europe. There is no general agreement yet until mid-2020, nor are there any actions, the 2021-2024 strategic plan is still under way and budget negotiations are ongoing. This has an impact on the development of early work programmes and on negotiations with potentially associated countries. The launch of Horizon Europe in January 2021 is likely to be bumpy. 27 Reference to update: JO OJ C 373, 20.12.2013, p. 1.

The agreement can be consulted at: common understanding. The same applies to the provisions relating to third countries which are linked to Horizon Europe and which are horizontal in nature. This horizontal part of Horizon Europe includes two main areas of action. The expansion of participation and the dissemination of excellence recognises the need to take more steps to address Member States that are not well represented in the participation rates of the framework programme. “Reforming and Enhancing the European R-I system” has been a central political priority for two decades, when the concept of the European Research Area (ERDF) was developed. The relevant policies are therefore aimed at countries that are lagging behind in their research and development efforts. D and their infrastructure. Their overall goal is to share knowledge with these countries and improve their research and innovation landscape. Appendix IV. As I said earlier, there are still provisions that are square in other parts of the text. This general approach will therefore be partial. (25 bis) In accordance with Article 218, paragraph 4, of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, the Council may, in consultation with the negotiations, appoint a special committee, including with regard to the form and content of association agreements.

This is Science Europe`s response to the high-level group`s report “LAB-FAB-APP: Investing in the European Future” on maximising the impact of EU research and innovation programmes. It describes points of convergence and additional or alternative recommendations from Science Europe member organisations on how the future of European research should take shape. specific nature of research and innovation activities that require different rules, for example. B for further simplification or reduction of time frames. It sets out the rules for the implementation of the EU budget, including rules on subsidies, prices, purchases, indirect implementation, subsidy, financial instruments and budget guarantees, and provides for control of the responsibility of financial actors. [The provisions adopted on the basis of Article 322 of the TFUE also concern the protection of the EU budget in the event of general deficiencies in the rule of law in the Member States, since respect for the rule of law is an essential condition for ensuring good financial management and effective funding of the Union.] The desired effects.