Russia plans to stop cooperation with U.S. on International Space Station, GPS sitesReprints
Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Dmitry Rogozin, has said the country is planning to stop cooperating with the United Sates on the International Space Station after 2020, Ars Technica reported citing RT.com.
It will also stop selling Russia-made NK-33 and RD-180 rocket engines to the U.S., Mr. Rogozin said. Russia's move follows sanctions imposed on it by the United States. Russia also wants the U.S. to stop operations of its 11 GPS sites in Russia from June 2014, unless the countries reach an accord before that, Ars Technica reported.