According to Romanian deputy PM Ciolacu, the relocation to Bucharest of the European Medicines Agency is a priority of the Romanian Government. The agency will move from London after Brexit is completed.
“Ten years since joining the European Union, the time has come for Romania to take on the hosting of a large European agency. That is why, relocation to Bucharest of the European Medicines Agency, after the institution will leave London after Brexit, represents a priority objective of the Government. We are prepared to take on this huge responsibility, that is why we submitted a very substantial file. Romania has the capacity to ensure the highest standards to his this agency on its territory,” Marcel Ciolacu posted on Facebook.
According to Ciolacu, “we are competing against 18 big cities in Europe.”
“I invite you to visit the website that supports the Romanian candidacy, which is also a good opportunity to promote our country abroad,” Ciolacu said.