Russia: December 2020 Archives

Commerce Department Will Publish the First Military End User List Naming More Than 100 Chinese and Russian Companies

"The MEU List informs exporters, reexporters, and transferors that a license will be required to export, reexport, or transfer (in-country) designated items to listed entities. The U.S. Government has determined that these entities represent an unacceptable risk of use in or diversion to a 'military end use' or 'military end user' in China, Russia, or Venezuela."

Dmitry Rogozin comments on trade restrictions against Russian companies, Roscosmos

"Now, it turns out that our American colleagues have their 'trampoline working' again, and the first thing they did is spit into the Samara well. Isn't it too early, colleagues, in case your 'trampoline' breaks again suddenly and you will have to satisfy your passion for space from our well again?"

- Rogozin: Russia Is Not Interested In Working With NASA on Artemis (Or Maybe They Are), earlier post
- Bellicose Roscosmos Thinks Trump Is Hysterical Over Dragon, earlier post
- other posts on Russia


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