Cooperation between Ukraine and Kazakhstan in the Space Sector: Background, Regulatory Framework, and Further Development

Author:Olexiy Drozd
Position:Doctor of Law, Associate Professor, National Academy of Internal Affairs
Pages:25-33
Advanced Space Law, Volume 5, 2020 25
Cooperation between Ukraine and Kazakhstan
in the Space Sector:
Background, Regulatory Framework,
and Further Development
Olexiy Drozd1
Doctor of Law, Associate Professor, National Academy of Internal Aairs
(Kyiv, Ukraine)
E-mail: alex0674682444@gmail.com
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4514-6594
Drozd, Olexiy (2020) Cooperation between Ukraine and Kazakhstan in the Space Sector:
Background, Regulatory Framework, and Further Development. Advanced Space Law,
Volume 5, 25-33. https://doi.org/10.29202/asl/2020/5/3
The article analyzes and studies theoretical and practical aspects of the relationship development
of international scientic and technical cooperation between Ukraine and Kazakhstan, aimed at
their improving, as a factor in expanding innovative, scientic, technical areas and increasing the
competitiveness of economies in the context of globalization. The analysis of the current legal regulations
of Ukraine and Kazakhstan on space activities enabled us to reveal the foundations of scientic and
technological cooperation, as an essential component of international relations of our time. The
theoretical and methodological approaches to the organization of scientic and technical collaboration
are systematized. The modern specicities of bilateral cooperation are revealed, and the results and
achievements of Kazakhstan and Ukraine in the space industry are presented.
Keywords: space, space activity, bilateral relations, scientic and technological cooperation,
innovation, legal regulation, law.
Received: March 15, 2020; accepted: April 27, 2020
Introduction
Scientic and technological cooperation is an increasingly important and eective form
of modern international relations. Considering the high rate of scientic and technological
progress, no country, no matter how signicant its potential in science and technology is,
can fully satisfy its needs in advanced science and technology for the production of total
© Drozd, Olexiy, 2020

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