Large Hadron Collider's  Cooperation with Russia

Operator Will End

CERN, which operates the

 Large Hadron Collider, will cease all cooperation with Russia and Belarus in 2024 in response to Russia's

The decision was made

 at the 208th meeting of the CERN council, held on Thursday (June 16)

And follows an earlier

 suspension of all new cooperation with Russia, which CERN announced in March at the urging of Ukrainian physicists.

CERN, which famously

 discovered the Higgs boson particle in 2012 using the Large Hadron Collider

has a system of International

 Cooperation Agreements in place with countries that are not members of the organization.

These agreements cover

 five-year periods and are usually "tacitly" renewed before they expire.

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