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Pakistan urges no militarization of space after India shoots down satellite

“Space is the common heritage of mankind and every nation has the responsibility to avoid actions which can lead to the militarization of this arena,” Faisal told a weekly briefing in Islamabad.

India shot down one of its satellites in space with an anti-satellite missile on Wednesday (March 27), Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, hailing the country’s first test of such technology as a major breakthrough that establishes it as a space power.

India would only be the fourth country to have used such an anti-satellite weapon after the United States, Russia and China, said Modi, who heads into general elections next month.

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