The fourth session of CIS space cooperation agencies opened in Yevpatoria, Ukraine, on Tuesday, Roscosmos reports.

"The chiefs of the Russian, Kazakh and Ukrainian space agencies met on the sidelines of the session to discuss the possibility of using Zenit rockets in the Baikonur Baiterek project," it said, Interfax informed.

The plenary meeting "focused on the establishment of an interstate technical commission for the standardization of space industry hardware, a unified network for monitoring satellites for CIS farming and space cooperation between industries and sectors," the report said.

"After the plenary meeting Roscosmos head Vladimir Popovkin flew to Moscow to continue supervising the investigation of the Proton-M rocket crash of July 2," it said.

It had originally been planned to launch Angara rockets from the Baikonur Baiterek launch site.

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