International cooperation activities are working to the mutual benefit of all parties involved. They are open to researchers and research institutions from third countries.
- Market attraction (for example global trade development and connecting networks and services at continental and intercontinental level)
- Opportunities to access and acquire science and technology that is complementary to current European knowledge
- Responding to global needs (for example climate change)
- Contributing to international standards and global systems (for example applied logistics and satellite navigation infrastructure)
- Addressing third countries' regional issues on the basis of mutual interest and benefit.
- See also
- Successful specific cooperation actions with Canada, China, Latin America, India, Japan, Russia, South Africa, Ukraine and United States in the period 2007-2011.
- Coordinated calls with China and Russia (2010).