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I2U2 GROUP OF INDIA, ISRAEL, US, AND UAE ANNOUNCES JOINT SPACE VENTURE

India, Israel, the United States and United Arab Emirates (UAE) under the I2U2 group in New York have announced a new joint space venture that is aimed at creating a “unique space-based tool" for policymakers, institutions, and entrepreneurs. The I2U2 group of nations, who are collectively referred to as the West Asian Quad and are all signatories of the Artemis Accords, made this announcement on the sidelines of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Friday (NY local time).

Announcing the space venture, the US Department of State spokesperson, in a release, said, “Primarily using the space-based observation data and capabilities of the four I2U2 partner countries, this project aims to create a unique space-based tool for policymakers, institutions, and entrepreneurs, enabling their work on environmental and climate change challenges and furthering our cooperation in the applications of space data for the greater good of humanity.”

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