17 mars 2023 | International, Autre défense

L'Union europénne se dote d'une stratégie spatiale pour la défense

La Commission et le service européen d'action extérieure ont dévoilé leur première feuille de route pour assumer plus de responsabilité en matière de sécurité dans l'espace. Une loi européenne sur l'espace est promise pour 2024.

https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2023/03/16/l-ue-se-dote-d-une-strategie-spatiale-pour-la-defense_6165714_3210.html

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