Russia is bent on attracting NATO support for the upgrade of its venerable Il-76 fighter and to bring Europe into a project to build a new-generation space transportation system as it broadens its attempt to integrate its aerospace industry into the international market. Boris Alyoshin, who heads the Russian Industry Agency, confirmed here that the country's 10-year aeronautics development program and the space transportation system are among three priorities earmarked by the government ...


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