On June 24, the Council of the European Space Agency (ESA) approved Latvia as an associated Member State of ESA, informed the Ministry of Education and Science (IZM) Communications Division.
This will open up new opportunities for Latvian scientists and entrepreneurs to cooperate with the European space industry, as well as to promote research and study base of universities.
The ESA Convention provides that the funding invested by Latvia as an associated Member State will return to Latvia at least 85% per year and will come to the disposal of Latvian hi...
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