NATO defence ministers approve alliance's first space policy
Brussels, 27 June - NATO defence ministers adopted the alliance's first space policy in Brussels on Thursday. Secretary General Jens Stoltemberg said that NATO did not wish to militarise the space, with Slovenia's Defence Minister Karl Erjavec telling the STA that technology in space provided vital support for services on Earth.
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