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Agreement on Horizon Europe budget between Council and Parliament

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Programmes Horizon Europe  

The budget for the next European framework programme for research and innovation Horizon Europe 2021-2027, will be around €95.5 billion in current prices. Part of this budget is coming from Next Generation EU, €5.4 billion in current prices, and €4.5 billion in current prices comes from among others fines for breaking EU competition law.

The political agreement, reached on 11 December, between the German Presidency of the Council and the negotiators of the European Parliament for the proposed regulation establishing Horizon Europe, will still have to be formally approved by the Council and European Parliament. The regulation can only be formally adopted after the formal adoption of the EU's long-term budget, the Multi Financial Framework for 2021-2027.

EU Council press release

European Commission press release

Science Business article ‘EU announces budget breakdown for Horizon Europe after 14-hour talks’

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