Simon Harris, Minister of Health for Ireland has reiterated the country’s interest in bringing the EMA headquarters to Dublin after Brexit. Whilst there is much competition to become the new host for the agency , Ireland has a strong case,.
Harris’s spokeperson has been quoted as saying “Dublin offers significant advantages as a location, not least the advantage of the English language, a strong pharmaceutical and R&D sector presence,”
Time will tell which of the remaining 27 member states will succeed London as the new host,, or whether an agreement can be reach to keep EMA at Canary Wharf in the short to medium term.
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