TUA Became IAF Member

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TUA Became IAF Member
The Turkish Space Agency (TUA) represented Turkey in the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress. It is accepted as a member of the Federation. The IAC 2021 congress is held in the Dubai World Trade Centre from October 25 to 29.

According to the TUA Twitter account information, TUA plans to host more than 25 bilateral meetings between nations and institutions. Meetings are scheduled with the appropriate space agencies of Russia, Japan, the United Kingdom, and Azerbaijan and multinational firms that have lately gained prominence for their work in space, such as Space X and Blue Origin.

TUA Became IAF Member

As of 2021, the Turkish Space Agency opened a stand for the first time at the 72nd IAC. TUA President Serdar Hüseyin Yıldırım pointed out that IAC is the most important space meeting in the world.

“As we continue to assess them, IAC 2021 will be a very valuable organisation in terms of projecting choices for us.” Throughout the event, we will have bilateral discussions with a variety of agencies and businesses. Furthermore, it is vital to defend and maintain our country’s existence and rights in space. Let us not forget that people who leave no trace in future space will have no voice in the globe.”

TUA Became IAF Member

President Yıldırım has also attended the Head of Emerging Agencies Panel with South Africa, Azerbaijan, Brazil and Columbia.

TUA has also met with Telespazio and Thales Alenia Space. Thales Alenia Space is a joint venture between Thales and Leonardo.

TUA Became IAF Member

TUA announced its strategic plan last week and declared its road map.

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