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At the beginning of 2015, Russia and China will coordinate space exploration programs
Russian and Chinese scientists in January next year will agree on a plan for cooperation in the field of space exploration, the director of the Space Research Institute (IKI) of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Lev Green, told reporters.
"Just a week ago, we discussed with the head of a similar institute plans for Russian-Chinese experiments. We have a large list on each side - 15-20 items. We will bring them together (in a general list) at a general meeting in January," Zeleny said.
He noted that the great potential of cooperation with China has not yet been realized. In addition, the academician said, the Chinese side remains distrustful of Russian colleagues because of the failure to launch the Phobos-Grunt mission in 2011 - a Chinese microsatellite was stationed at the station.
“Our industry is to blame for our Chinese colleagues. They have developed some reluctance towards us, because not everything was done correctly in relation to them,” Zeleny explained.