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UAE Space Agency attend Maks Exhibition

Posted 1 September 2015 · Add Comment

UAE Space Agency delegation participants attend International Maks exhibition with a delegation from the Federal Russian Space Agency.

The exhibition took place in Moscow from 25-30th August, with the objective of developing communication and cooperation between the two Space Agencies.
 
The Maks exhibition is considered highly important in the launching and displaying of new technology and projects within military, space, defense and aerospace manufacturing and production.
 
The two delegations discussed their strategies for future projects such as educational programs and new initiatives.
 

This is the second event for UAE following a visit to Belarus earlier this week.  

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