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GB-UE-RECHERCHE: Great Britain is launching a post-Brexit conflict resolution procedure on search © Reuters/Tom Nicholson Great Britain is launching a post-Brexit conflict resolution procedure on
London research (Reuters)-The British government announced Tuesday the launch of a conflict resolution procedure with the European Union in order to obtain the Access to the scientific research programs of the community block, as agreed within the framework of an agreement governing their post-Brexit trade relations.
Under the terms of this agreement, signed at the end of 2020, London negotiated access to a range of European research and innovation programs, including Horizon Europe, which allows researchers to benefit from scholarships and take part in projects, Copernicus, the land observation program for climate change, and Euratom, the nuclear research program.
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But, according to Great Britain, the EU has still not finalized these access, eighteen months after the conclusion of the agreement, which also concerns services such as space surveillance and monitoring system .
London and Brussels had both highlighted the mutual benefits of cooperation in the field of research, but bilateral relations have set themselves up to other measures of the post-Brexit agreement, such as the North Protocol- Irish.
The British diplomacy chief Liz Truss said that "the EU is clearly in violation of our agreement, regularly seeking to politicize vital scientific cooperation by refusing to finalize access to these important programs".
"We cannot allow this to continue," added the succession of Boris Johnson to the head of the British government next month in a statement. "This is why the United Kingdom has now launched formal consultations and will do everything necessary to protect the scientific community."
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earlier in the day, a spokesperson for the European Commission said that it had not yet received a formal notification. He reiterated Brussels's position on the importance of cooperation in scientific research, innovation, nuclear and spatial research.
"However, it is important to remember the political context: there are important difficulties in the implementation of the withdrawal agreement and parts of the trade agreement," said Daniel Ferrie.
The EU launched in June procedures for the offense against Great Britain after the latter unilaterally modified certain measures of the North Irish protocol.
(Elizabeth Piper report in London and John Chalmers in Brussels; French version Jean Terzian)
"Terrifying": passengers blocked for several hours in the Channel Tunnel then evacuated after an incident .
© Copyright 2022, the Obs Walk a few steps under the sleeve. This is what we were able to experiment Tuesday, August 23, 400 passengers from the Eurotunnel. Their train, connecting Calais, in France to Folkestone, England, stopped for several hours while traveling under the Channel. In question: the triggering of an alarm. The passengers ended up being evacuated to reach another shuttle circulating in the service tunnel.