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Wednesday, 21 March 2012

EP to help bridge divide between developed and developing economies

In January, CTA Brussels informed of the Written Declaration on Science Capacity Building in Africa which had been launched by five members of the European Parliament.  Following the adoption of the written declaration by the European Parliament  in plenary session last week, the Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, has stated that “[ this] represents a commitment by the European Parliament to work with Africa to ensure that the full potential of science and technology is harnessed to contribute to sustainable growth and development on both continents”.
Minister Pandor has also highlighted that the “European Parliament’s call reciprocated in a most appropriate manner, the statement by our African Heads of State, who at the African Union Summit held in January 2012 in Addis Ababa, called for radio astronomy to be a priority focus area of the Joint Africa-EU Strategy’s Science, Information Society and Space Partnership.”

Source: Cordis Europe