The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is leaving London following the outcome of the UK referendum to leave the EU, and up to 22 different cities have offered to host their headquarters.
Barcelona has bid heartily to be the future capital of European medicines and many organisations have rallied to give their support to the candidacy. Social, economic, cultural, scientific and political organizations consisting of institutions, the media, universities, foundations, labour unions, professionals and companies, including Asphalion, second the Spanish and Catalan government’s initiative.
Barcelona meets the requirements to host the EMA. The city can assure that the EMA’s move will be a smooth and rapid transition with minimal operational interruption and preservation of current talent, thus continuing to safeguard the health and well-being of the public.