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Russia and China have agreed not to place weapons in space
Today, the deputy head of Roscosmos, Sergei Savelyev, said that Russia and China had prepared a joint draft treaty on preventing the deployment of any type of weapons in space. It is reported by ITAR-TASS.
"We and our Chinese partners are working very actively to improve the norms of international space law. The most striking example: a joint Russian-Chinese draft treaty has been prepared to prevent the deployment of any type of weapons in space. This is our joint initiative with China," Saveliev said.
Saveliev also informed that in 2014, the draft treaty will be presented for discussion at the UN Disarmament Conference.