Romania has become the latest European country to offer to house the European Medicines Agency following the UK's exit from the EU, as reported Yahoo!News Wednesday.
"We are bidding for the agency's move to Romania," remarked the country's EU affairs minister Ana Birchall, adding "it's going to be a tough race but we're prepared for that. The government just approved a memorandum in this sense."
"In contrast to others, Romania doesn't host any European agency, a decade after accession," Birchall noted.
Other countries that have expressed interest in hosting the EMA include Denmark, Sweden, Spain, France, Ireland and Poland.
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