Iceland and Norway are the first countries associated to Horizon Europe
Iceland and Norway have formally become associated to Horizon Europe, enabling entities in those two countries to participate in Europe’s €95.5 billion research and innovation programme, under the same conditions as entities from the EU Member States. The Joint Committee of the European Economic Area, composed of representatives of Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and the EU, adopted the relevant Decision today for Iceland and Norway, which makes them the first to be associated to Horizon Europe.
The UK are in the process of associating to Horizon Europe and as per the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation agreement UK organisations can continue to submit applications to the Horizon Europe Program. (Questions & Answers on the UK’s participation in Horizon Europe)
You can read the full article on Iceland and Norway associationon the European Commission website