Russia's far-flung space industry will reorganized into five or six large holdings, the head of the country's space agency says.
There are measures apart for formal legal guarantees that Washington can take to allay Russian concerns about missile defense, a former U.S. envoy said.
A manned bomber being developed by Russia won't be capable of reaching hypersonic speeds, the commander of the country's bomber force said Wednesday.
Russia doesn't have plans to position a missile shield near U.S. borders as Washington does in Eastern Europe, a Russian official said.
Russia's defense industry housecleaning continued over the weekend when satellite navigation system designer Yury Urlichich was sacked from his job.
Russia hopes U.S. President Obama will be more flexible on NATO's plans for a missile defense shield in Europe, the Russian prime minister's office said.
U.S. President Barack Obama will be more flexible when considering regional missile defense plans during his second term, a Russian leader said.
Russia may deliver a "technical response" to NATO's plan to deploy a European missile defense program, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Thursday.
Companies blacklisted by the United States for allegedly exporting restricted microchips and other components did not send any to Russia, a high official said.
Russia's space industry is not in crisis despite some local problems and failed launches, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Friday.