Russia from the spring of 2016 will start training of Kazakh experts on the missile launches, said on the last working day of the week the Deputy Chairman of the government of the Russian Federation Dmitry Rogozin.
"Today we agreed that the show through the spring of next year to the preparation of the Kazakhstan experts who are already beginning to acquire experience in the maintenance launch services ", - said Rogozin at the meeting of the Russian-Kazakh intergovernmental Council for the " Baikonur "complex.
currently Russia and Kazakhstan are implementing a project on creation at Baikonur patterns for launches environmentally friendly launch vehicles, the project is called " Baiterek ". It is planned that in case of its realization will be possible to abandon the carrier rockets " proton ", using toxic propellants.
the construction of the complex "Baiterek" is expected to finish in 2021, But due to the situation in the economy may be shifted " right ", said on the last working day of the week the Vice Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev.
from the outset it was expected the use of new rocket " Angara ". But later, due to the increased cost of delaying the project for several years and the decision on the launch vehicle "Angara" from the cosmodrome " East ", the project was refocused on the use of the rocket "Zenit" Ukrainian production. Due to the unstable political situation in Ukraine in the summer of 2014 the project was again suspended. Now the investigation of implementation options on the basis of Russian launch vehicles, and the most appropriate option once again became a " Hangar ".