Will Russia suspend its cooperation with the International Space Station?

Will Russia suspend its cooperation with the International Space Station?
Will Russia suspend its cooperation with the International Space Station?
Russia has said it will end cooperation with other countries on the ISS until sanctions against the country are lifted, and Dmitry Rogozin, head of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, announced in a Twitter message that “restoration of normal relations between partners” on the ISS and other projects is possible. Only through the “full and unconditional lifting of illegal sanctions,” The verege reported.

Rogozin said he appealed the sanctions in letters to NASA, the European Space Agency and the Canadian Space Agency, and Rogozin also published pictures of what appeared to be each country’s response.

“The United States continues to support intergovernmental space cooperation, especially those activities associated with the operation of the International Space Station with Russia, Canada, Europe and Japan,” reads the letter, signed by NASA Administrator Bill Nelson. “New and existing U.S. export control measures continue to allow for U.S. cooperation and Russia to ensure the continuation of the safe operations of the International Space Station.”

The CSA appears to have a similar response to Rogozin’s request, saying “I can assure you that Canada continues to support the International Space Station program and is dedicated to its safe and successful operations.” Meanwhile, ESA chief Josef Asbacher responded by saying that he would pass on Rogozin’s request to the agency’s member states for evaluation.

“The position of our partners is clear: the sanctions will not be lifted,” Rogozin says. “The purpose of the sanctions is to weaken the Russian economy, plunge our people into despair and hunger, and bring our country to its knees,” Rogozin adds that Roscosmos will soon set a date to stop Russia’s cooperation on the International Space Station, which It will be reported to Russian government officials.

Rogozin reacted strongly to the sanctions imposed by President Joe Biden in February, suggesting that Russias withdrawal from the station could cause real harm, as NASA relies on Russia to maintain the International Space Station’s location and orientation in space.

NASA said Thursday that Russia is “moving towards” expanding its cooperation on the International Space Station to 2030, but Rogozin’s comments make that seem unlikely. Russian Soyuz with two cosmonauts.

Prior to his arrival, there were concerns about his return home amid the ongoing Russian war in Ukraine, but Roscosmos assured that Vandi would not be stranded on the International Space Station.

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