US News Space: Russia has not set a date for its withdrawal from ISS
Russia will leave the ISS "after 2024"
© NASA TV/AFP/Archives L A Russia announced on Tuesday that it would stop participating in the International Space Station (ISS) "after 2024", lifting The question of its survival, against the backdrop of Russian-Western tensions due to the Russian offensive in Ukraine. Model of international cooperation bringing together Europe, Japan, the United States and Russia, the ISS began to be assembled in 1998.
Espace-Explition-Russie-Isson: Space: Russia has not set a date for its withdrawal from ISS
(Reuters) - Russia has not set a date for its withdrawal from the International Space Station (ISS), said on Friday The head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, quoted by Russian press agencies.
"We are starting the outing process. Whether in the middle of 2024 or in 2025, it all depends on the state and the work capacity of the ISS. But the fact that we are going to start doing it is no secret, "said Roscosmos chief, Iouri Borisov on Friday in a state television interview, quoted by the Ria Novosti news agency.
Russia will leave the international space station "After 2024"
Russia announced Tuesday July 26 that it would stop participating in the International Space Station (ISS) "after 2024", raising the question of its survival in a context of war tensions in Ukraine.
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at the beginning of the month, Roscosmos and NASA signed a new Agreement to take their respective astronauts to the space station, which is today one of the last links of cooperation between the United States and Russia, while tensions are exacerbating due to the war in Ukraine.
The departure of ISS Russia would be less imminent than what Moscow had indicated above, a senior NASA official told Reuters.
(Reuters report; French version Alizée Degorce, edited by Kate Entringer)
Russia and Iran strengthen their cooperation in energy .
© supplied by the tribune Ali Khamenei, Iranian supreme guide. visiting Tehran for discussions with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts on the conflict in Syria, but also on the war in Ukraine, Vladimir Putin and the Iranian Supreme Guide, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei is committed to strengthening their cooperation on the long term, especially in the gas and petroleum sector. "Long -term cooperation between Iran and Russia is very profitable for the two countries (...).