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Dec 10, 2020 17:20 EEST
December 10 (SeeNews) - Romania's capital Bucharest was selected as the prospective seat for the headquarters of the new European Cybersecurity Industrial, Technology and Research Competence Centre, the Council of the EU said on Thursday.
The Cybersecurity Competence Centre will improve the coordination of research and innovation in cybersecurity in the EU, the council said in a press release.
The representatives of the governments of 27 EU member states selected Bucharest from a list also comprising six other cities - Warsaw, Vilnius, Brussels, Munich, Luxembourg and León.
Negotiations with the European Parliament on the proposed regulation establishing the Centre are ongoing, the council noted. The next trilogue meeting between the co-legislators is scheduled for December 11.
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