The European Medicines Agency, which is currently based in London, is looking to relocate in view of the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union. But both EU members Denmark and Sweden are out of the selection.
Voting in Brussels eliminated both Copenhagen and Stockholm and Amsterdam was eventually chosen over Milan as the new location of the agency.
According to Denmark’s foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, Sweden is to blame for Copenhagen’s loss.
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