Malta withdraws bid to host European Medicines Agency

Malta has withdrawn its bid to host the European Medicines Agency, which is relocating from London after Brexit

The proposed EMA premises Malta hoped to host at Smart City
The proposed EMA premises Malta hoped to host at Smart City

Malta has withdrawn its bid to host the European Medicines Agency, which will relocate from London after Brexit.

The government said in a brief statement it was withdrawing the bid following extensive discussions with the agency and other national competent authorities within the European Union.

Malta was one of 19 EU states bidding to host the prestigious agency. A final decision is to be made by EU leaders this month.

 

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