Saudi Arabia signs Arab Group for Space Cooperation charter

Saudi Arabia signs Arab Group for Space Cooperation charter
Saudi Arabia signs Arab Group for Space Cooperation charter

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - RIYADH — The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has signed here the basic charter of the Arab Group for Space Cooperation with the participation of 14 countries during a virtual meeting on Sunday.

The charter, which will be signed by 14 Arab countries aims to establish the first Arab group for space cooperation, encourage the Arab space cooperation in all space activities with common goals and achieve harmony in the regulatory practices among the space authorities.

The charter also aims to coordinate the positions of the Arab Group members to adopt a unified opinion in the regional and international forums related to space within the limits of the tasks assigned to the group, and work on a comprehensive Arab space cooperation in space.

The 15 countries of the group include, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Jordan, Algeria, Tunisia, Sudan, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Iraq and Mauritania. — SPA


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