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  • 24 September 2018

    On Monday, 24 September, Polish Permanent Representation to the EU hosted a third debate in the “EU Budget Talk” series. This time, we focused on the digital, research and innovation issues. About 100 guests gathered at the Window Polska, representing EU institutions and member states, companies, non-governmental organisations and the media.

    What lessons have we learned from the current financial perspective that could be used in the new digital and R&I programmes? What opportunities will the new programmes offer? How can we ensure complementarity between Horizon Europe, Digital Europe Programme and other instruments touching upon digital, research and innovation? Those issues were among those addressed by experts from the European Association of Research and Technology Organisations (Muriel Attané) and the Lisbon Council (Luukas K. Ilves), along with representatives of Polish companies: Adam Piotrowski (VIGO System) and Mateusz Bonecki (DAC SA). Mr Piotrowski and Mr Bonecki also shared with us some insights about effective use of the EU funds for innovative undertakings. The discussion was moderated by Mehreen Khan, Financial Times correspondent in Brussels.

     

    “EU Budget Talk” is a series of debates organized by the Polish Permanent Representation to the EU, devoted to various areas of the future Multiannual Financial Framework – the EU long-term budget – after 2020. The previous events were dedicated to the cohesion policy and the Common Agricultural Policy.

     

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