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US, India to discuss space cooperation
Posted: Sun, Nov 11, 2001, 10:25 AM ET (1525 GMT)
The United States and India will begin discussions on civilian space cooperation proposals, the leaders of the two nations announced Friday. In a joint statement by President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, the two leaders said they would "broaden dialogue and cooperation" on a number of issues, including space. "The United States and India have a mutual interest in space and have agreed to initiate discussions on civil space cooperation," the statement read. What type of cooperation — which could range from joint spacecraft missions to a role for India on the ISS — was not mentioned.
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