The Russian space organization, Roscosmos, will illuminate Russian President Vladimir Putin soon of its perspective on whether to keep helping out Western accomplices on the International Space Station (ISS), Roscosmos boss Dmitry Rogozin told Sputnik.
“Our position was as of late examined at the administrative leading body of Roscosmos, which incorporates delegates of key services and offices connected with crafted by Roscosmos, and is going by the significant Deputy Prime Minister. We intend to report our situation to the President soon,” Rogozin said.
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On Saturday, Rogozin said that the Russian space organization will before long illuminate the Russian government regarding how it intends to end participation with its Western accomplices (US, EU, Canadian, and Japanese space offices) on the ISS.