TALLINN – According to the economic affairs committee of the Estonian parliament, the forthcoming membership of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) will open up new opportunities for the Estonian economy and science, for example, companies will be able to participate in CERN procurements.
The committee also sent a bill, with which Estonia will become an associate member of CERN next year, to the Riigikogu for ratification, Riigikogu spokespeople said.
Committee chairman Sven Sester said that upon ratification of the agreement, Es...
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