July 14, 2021 – The Intersputnik International Organization of Space Communications (Intersputnik) and Russian Satellite Communications Company (RSCC) signed an Agreement on Cooperation in Using Frequency Assignments in the Geostationary Orbit and Other Satellite Orbits for the Implementation of the Project on the Joint Use of Satellite Capacity. As decided by the joint 49th session of the Board and 23rd session of the Operations Committee of Intersputnik held on 14 May 2021, one of the organization’s main tasks at the present stage is the analysis of the possibility of attracting new partners to jointly use frequency assignments to satellite networks and definition of the conditions of cooperation in the joint use of orbit and frequency resource. This task was entrusted to the Intersputnik Directorate headed by Director General Ksenia Drozdova since 15 June 2021. RSCC is one of the 25 national Signatories of Intersputnik, which unites 26 member countries from Europe, Asia, Latin America and South-East Asia. Offering access to the satellite resources of the Russian constellation practically on all continents, RSCC is interested in providing global service to its customers.