brussels - The Dutch bid to move the European Medicines Agency (EMA) from London to Amsterdam will be assessed by the European Commission. EU leaders agreed on Thursday that all bids from Member States that want to take over the EEA or European Banking Authority (EBA) after Brussels's Brussels departure from Brussels are being tested on criteria.
The decision on who is getting an agency should formally fall in November. There are twenty Member States that have aces at one of the two EU agencies that have to leave England from the end of 2019.
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Premier Mark Rutte is not dissatisfied with the agreement on the procedure. The Netherlands would also like to see the 'assessment report' public. Organizations must meet conditions such as accessibility, access to the labor market for the family members of the staff and educational opportunities for the children.