The Dutch government is buying the Spark building in Amsterdam, where the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be temporarily accommodated until construction of its new building on the Zuidas is complete, ANP reports.
Italy plans to urge European institutions to reconsider the decision to move the European Medicines Agency from London to Amsterdam due to the Brexit, AD reports based on sources around the Italian government in Rome.
Last year Amsterdam won the bid to be the new home of the EMA headquarters. The medicines agency is moving its headquarters from London due to the United Kingdom's decision to leave the European Union. Milan came in a close second place.