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Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre signs MoU with KARI

Posted 6 March 2017 · Add Comment

The Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC) has signed a n MoU with the Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI) in South Korea with the goal of cooperating on various space-related activities and transferring expertise.

The MoU was signed by Yousuf Hamad Al Shaibani, director general of MBRSC and Dr. Gwang-Rae Cho, president of KARI.

 “This MoU provides a concrete basis for the on-going cooperation and partnership between the UAE and South Korea with respect to transferring the know-how of space technology, within coherent frameworks that will boost the UAE’s position in this regard, especially knowing that South Korea currently has a high profile with its notable achievements in the world space society,” said Al Shaibani.

Dr. Gwang-Rae Cho, president of KARI, said: “Considering the importance of international collaboration in space development, the signing of this MoU between KARI and MBRSC is all the more meaningful as it will facilitate both implementing organizations in working together more effectively under the common goal of strengthening capacities in the space sector.”

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