Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Oleg Urusky said they are looking for partners in the space studies carried out and will be able to conduct work with Turkey.
The Ukrainian official said that now “there is a conversation with the Republic of Turkey about the possibility of commercializing the missile industry to create joint launch vehicles for the possibility of launching from the territory of third countries.” Urusky added that now neither Ukraine nor Turkey can “provide a normal place for the cosmodrome.”
Kiev has signalled that it may also go commercialization in the missile industry to take its place in the space race.
The Last week’s statements by Turkish Space Agency (TUA) President Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım included the issue of partnering with Ukraine.
“The month we took office, we signed a mutual cooperation agreement with Ukraine. We recently made a visit to Ukraine to get behind this agreement. We have an agreement with Hungary,” he said.
On the other hand, it was shared that the inter-government framework agreement on the joint work of Russia and Turkey in the space field would be prepared.
“We see that we can work with Russia on many issues, including civilian access to space, satellite collaborations, cooperation on domestic stations,” Yıldırım said.