National Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan and International Outer Space Law

Abaideldinov Yerbol Musinovich, Kulikpayeva Mira Zhumagaziyevna, Shakhmova Aigul Anuarbekovna


This article is devoted to research on issues of international space law. The Republic of Kazakhstan, on the territory of which is a unique and the largest in the world “Baikonur” cosmodrome, is developing its own space branch consistently. At the present time, the complex “Baikonur” is leased by Russian Federation on the base of Lease Treaty of 1994. However, it does not hinder the development of international cooperation with other countries in space activities in any way. Bilateral agreements with a number of states on the implementation of joint space programs and projects are concluding. Among the partners such state as Russia, China, USA, Japan, India, Germany, France and others. In addition, Kazakhstan participates in multilateral and regional agreements in the field of space activities. The purpose of this article is to determine the degree of international space law implementation in the juridical regulations of the Republic of Kazakhstan and to find out inconsistencies of norms.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6p227

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