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Which countries are EUREKA members?

EUREKA currently counts 41 members including European Communities. Several European countries participate in EUREKA cooperation through a network of National Information Points (NIPs).

The affiliation known as Associated Country Status was initiated as part of EUREKA's proactive strategy to enhance cooperation with countries outside of Europe judged to have scientific and research potential.

EUREKA members (since):

Austria (1985), Belgium (1985), Bulgaria (2010), Croatia (2000), Cyprus (2002), Czech Republic (1995), Denmark (1985), Estonia (2001), Finland (1985), former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (2008), France (1985), Germany (1985), Greece (1985), Hungary (1992), Iceland (1986), Ireland (1985), Israel (2000), Italy (1985), Latvia (2000), Lithuania (1999), Luxembourg (1985), Malta (2006), Monaco (2005), Montenegro (2012), the Netherlands (1985), Norway (1985), Poland (1995), Portugal (1985), Romania (1997), Russian Federation (1993), San Marino (2005), Serbia (2002), Slovak Republic (2001), Slovenia (1994), Spain (1985), Sweden (1985), Switzerland(1985), Turkey (1985), Ukraine (2006), United Kingdom (1985), European Commission (1985).

EUREKA NIPs: Albania (1991), Bosnia and Herzegovina (2009).

EUREKA Associated country: Canada (2012), Republic of Korea (2009) and South Africa (2014)

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