Croatia, Ireland and Malta withdraw from European Medicines Agency Brexit relocation vote

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Drugs are packed at the pharmaceutical company Takeda in Oranienburg, Germany, 01 April 2014.

Croatia, Ireland and Malta withdraw from European Medicines Agency Brexit relocation vote


Three out of 19 member states that were candidates to host the European Medicines Agency (EMA) after the Brexit withdrawal leaves 16 member states as candidates for Monday afternoon vote in Brussels.
As the General Affairs Council (GAC) came together this day in the Belgian capital to vote for the member state that will host the two agencies that will leave the UK as soon as Brexit becomes reality, Croatia, Ireland and Malta have pulled out of the race to host the EMA. However, Ireland did not ...


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