Author: AhadNA3 On May 5, 2020 - 12:21 PM 76[/size]
This document, which will be called the "Artemis Agreements", will stipulate the creation of "security zones" around future lunar bases with the aim of "preventing harm or interference from competing countries or companies operating in the immediate vicinity."
The agreement also aims to give companies that engage in mining activity on the moon the right to become owners of these resources.
Reuters revealed, citing Masar, well-informed, that US officials plan to discuss the agreement formally in the coming weeks with countries such as Canada, Japan, and European Union countries, as well as the United Arab Emirates.
According to these sources, Russia will not be among the countries participating in the initial stage, because the Pentagon considers Moscow increasingly an adversary due to alleged "threat" maneuvers by Russian satellites.
One of the sources assured the agency, that the talk in this lunar agreement is not about any "regional claims."
According to the Russia Today website, the source said in this regard: “The idea is that if you are about to approach a place where someone works and creates security zones around it, you need to contact him early, consult with him and find out how you can do That is, to ensure everyone's security. ”
The American Space Agency "NASA" announced last year the "Artemis" lunar program, which will consist of three phases, and the latter includes the landing of astronauts on the moon. End 2