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Officials from the space agency of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are in India to explore opportunities to cooperate with India's Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).
A delegation from the UAE Space Agency is visiting India to discuss cooperation between the two space organisations. The delegation is led by Khalifa Al Rumaithi, Chairman of the UAE Space Agency, and Director-General Mohammed Nasser Al Ahbabi. The agency is looking to build strategic partnerships with counterparts in other countries and goals of regional and international cooperation within the industry.
The delegation studied the different programmes undertaken by ISRO and looked at satellite launching capabilities. India has emerged as a leading force in the industry and has launched satellites for a host of nations. ISRO has been offering services across the space sector to countries from across the world. The delegation also visited of the Satellite Assembly and Testing Centerof ISRO. Al Ahbabialso said that India is among the most advanced nations within the space sector.
"The UAE and India have deep bonds and connections that span across political, economic, commercial and cultural historic roots. Working together within the space sector will only strengthen these connections and bring benefits to the UAE that include knowledge transfer and human capital development," Al Rumaithi said.