RussiaTechnologyWorld Russia To Quit International Space Station After 2024 by News Line July 26, 2022 written by News Line July 26, 2022 12 views 12 Russia To Quit International Space Station After 2024 Russia‘s decision to leave the International Space Station after 2024 This was told by the newly elected head of the Russian Space Agency to President Vladimir Putin. According to the statement issued by the Russian Presidential Office, the Kremlin, Yuriy Borisov, the head of the Russian Cosmos space agency, said that of course we will fulfill our obligations to our partners, but it was decided to leave the ISS after the year 2024. He said that from 2024 we will start working on the preparation of the Russian Orbital Space Station. He said that we will support the Russian economy by providing essential space services. Russia Ukraine War: EU freezes $13.8bn Russian assets Russian assets have been frozen by Swiss authorities After the attack on Ukraine, the Russian astronauts on the ISS received special attention. In March, it was said that a Russian astronaut on the ISS had decided to wear a yellow and blue flight suit in solidarity with Ukraine. But that idea was debunked when the Russian space agency released photos of its astronauts holding flags of Russian-backed groups in Ukraine. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post Bangladesh seeks $4.5bln loan from IMF next post Facebook VIP work copy and paste – Stylish work symbols for FB Related Posts Another Sikh leader of the Khalistan Movement killed in Canada September 21, 2023 Putin to meet Chinese president next month, report September 20, 2023 Bitter meeting of the Canadian High Commissioner in the Indian... September 19, 2023 India could be behind killing of Canadian Sikh Leader: Trudeau September 19, 2023 9 Juvenile Inmates Escape from Pennsylvania’s Abraxas Academy September 18, 2023 14 people dead as plane crashes in Brazils Amazon September 17, 2023 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.