New State Department strategy on Lunar Diplomacy
The New State Department has released a new strategy on Lunar Diplomacy, which aims to improve US foreign policy on the Moon and Mars.
The Strategy states:The Moon and the planets are the most promising strategic targets for the United States in the long term, and there are many important opportunities for cooperation and collaboration in the coming decades.
The United States and the United Kingdom are committed to achieving the goal of the Moon Exploration Program (LEP) in 2024.
To this end, the United State has made clear that we are working with the Government of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to develop a plan to explore and explore the Moon, and that we would pursue a partnership with the United Nations to make the first lunar outpost a permanent presence on the surface of the moon.
The United States has also been working to strengthen the United Nations relationship with the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and to encourage them to develop an alternative space tourism program for the Moon.
We will continue to work with the governments of the countries that host the moon and Mars, including Japan and China, to enhance our capabilities and ensure the safety and security of the people and resources on these worlds.
The strategy also notes the importance of working with partners on the space and other missions, including those to explore the Solar System, and on the exploration of asteroids, in order to build a peaceful, sustainable future for the human race.
As part of this, the new strategy calls for a strategic partnership between the United states and Japan on the construction of a lunar base on the moon, as well as the development of the lunar lander.
At the same time, it is important to continue to promote diplomacy between the U.S. and China to prevent the spread of the deadly SARS coronavirus.
The strategy also emphasizes the need for continued cooperation between the nations in order for the U