ESA’s Dordain Continues Push to Include China, South Korea in ISS

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International Space Station

China may become space station partner
Xinhua

The European Space Agency (ESA) supports China’s inclusion in the International Space Station (ISS) partnership, the agency’s director-general Jean-Jacques Dordain said on Monday.

He made the remarks on Monday during the ongoing Global Lunar Conference in Beijing, which is organized by the International Astronautical Federation and the Chinese Society of Astronautics.


Dordain said international cooperation on space exploration has been progressing slowly. To achieve more, the partnership needs to be expanded, he said.

“I am really willing to support the extension of the partnership of the ISS to China and South Korea. Obviously, this should be a decision by all partners, not the decision by one partner,” he said.

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