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EOSC Tripartite Event, Georgia

On 2-4 November Georgia hosted a EOSC Tripartite Collaboration Event. A Tripartite Collaboration is a concept of strategic coordination between the European Commission, the EOSC Association and Member States and Associated Countries involved in the EOSC Steering Board and the aim of the event is to intensify outreach and coordination of EOSC relevant actions at national level.

The tripartite event took place in conjunction with the first Open Science Forum in Georgia organised by the Ministry of Education and Science, and in the context of this national forum, GRENA, the Research and Educational Networking Association (NREN) of Georgia, hosted their second EOSC dissemination event.

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