the EU doesn’t certify anything. the just pass the laws, and the technology working groups create documents describing the requirements the device mst comply. testing is usually done by the vendor or an independent lab. then you put together the documentation with the results.
but each country in the eu may have different regulations, and most probably those folks at the local regulator will be the first who kight actually review the docs.
the device is available for domestic purchase inside the eu. this is only possible if the device has a CE mark, and since this is a radio-communication device, it must comply with some regulations. on the other hand, inside the eu 60ghz is still approved for p2p links - except the UK (ofcom did the right thing!) where also p2mp usage is allowed.
I would oppose your description. Almost all over the Europe is 60 GHz fine (60-64GHz for non fix installation), but in range of 56-60GHz it in history prevailed to use for fixed licensed service. This fixed service should be removed shortly and band should be available for non licensed RLAN based on PtP, PtMP and hybrid mobile technologies. The current steps are going towards free up band 56-64GHz for MGWS but it needs some time. This time was MikroTik a step forward regulation.