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#SICT.- The Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Transport (SICT), through the Mexican Space Agency (AEM), in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), represented Mexico in the work of the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) of the United Nations (UN).

«Thanks to the great support of the SICT to the space area, it is a milestone that Mexico today enjoys broad support and respect in this high-level forum, in which diplomacy and knowledge of space and satellite issues, are a great asset for the future of the country in this current digital era,» said the director general of AEM, Salvador Landeros Ayala.

He stressed that, on this occasion, on the occasion of the 67th session of COPUOS, Mexico’s vocation of solidarity and peace was reaffirmed before the international space community, by reiterating its firm position that the use, exploration and exploitation of outer space, the Moon and other celestial bodies, should be for peaceful purposes.

The General Coordinator of International Affairs and Security in Space Matters of the AEM, Rosa Ma. Ramirez de Arellano y Haro, explained that Mexico also pronounced itself on the long-term sustainability of space activities and the benefits of space technology in the high-level forums of the «Subcommittee on Scientific and Technical Matters» and the «Subcommittee on Legal Matters» of COPUOS.

Mexico also participated in the Plenary Session of the COPUOS Committee itself, the highest decision-making body, where member countries determine the work of the organization on important issues such as the safety of in-orbit operations, space debris, asteroids, space environment, safe use of nuclear energy in outer space, and climate change.

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