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12th April
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Italy joins several other countries that have indicated their intention to participate in the Artemis programme, either through agreements with NASA or through funding commitments. In February 2019, the Canadian government announced the provision of a robotic arm for the lunar gate, which spends $1.5 billion over 24 years on the arm and related efforts. In July, the Japanese government signed an agreement with NASA regarding cooperation with the Artemis program with plans to contribute to systems such as a pressure Mondrover. WASHINGTON – Italy is the youngest country to have signed a cooperation agreement with NASA for the Artemis space research program, although details of Italy`s participation have not yet been developed. NASA has also attracted non-traditional partners for the program. A year ago, NASA and the Australian government signed a cooperation agreement on Artemis, with the Australian government pledging to spend $105 million over five years on research on the Moon. This may include adapting technologies remotely and to mining for use in lunar emissions. After the signing of the agreement, Hannan Sulieman, UNICEF Deputy Secretary General and Deputy Executive Director, Management, added: “UNICEF values cultural and geographic diversity and commends the young talents of the State of Qatar for being part of the UNICEF family.” Following the JPO agreement, a virtual signing ceremony was held on 8 October 2020 to celebrate and share visions of cooperation between Alya Ahmed Saif Al-Thani, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the State of Qatar to the United Nations, and Hannan Sulieman, Deputy Secretary-General and Deputy Executive Director of UNICEF direction. Both recognized that this is an important step in our mutual partnership. According to Sintracarbén, the new agreement, which was to ensure that workers were required to keep the same benefits as before. The main features of the three-year contract are: 3 December 2020The Sintracarbén trade union and the Colombian company Cerrején have signed a new collective agreement that guarantees workers to retain their benefits. The agreement ended the longest strike in the mine`s history. Forward-looking information contained in this press release is based on management`s opinions, estimates and assumptions based on management`s experience and perception of historical trends, current conditions and expected future developments, as well as other factors that management currently deems appropriate and appropriate.

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