It’s official: EMA to move into permanent Amsterdam premises in November ‘19 amid continued protests from Italy
Almost four months after the fateful “coin toss” that decided the EMA’s relocation to Amsterdam, the (currently) London-based regulatory agency has formally hammered out a transition plan with the Dutch government.
At a meeting Wednesday, the EMA’s management board notified the EU Budgetary Authority of its intention to move into new permanent premises in the business district of Zuidas, after voting on the revised proposal by the Dutch. The date of completion is November 15, 2019, meaning that the EMA will be working out of a temporary office for eight months post-Brexit, which is set for March 2019.
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