“He crashed for the first time.

The second time I couldn't fly at all.

Now they will try to launch it, but we will definitely not put any of our astronauts on it.

We cannot risk their lives, ”RIA Novosti quotes him.

According to Rogozin, some federal executive authorities believe that it is now premature to make a decision on cross-flights due to the current situation in the world and the reaction of a number of countries, including ISS partners, to it.

The head of the American ISS program, Joel Montalbano, said in December 2021 that the flights of Russian cosmonauts on the Crew Dragon spacecraft, and American astronauts on the Soyuz could begin in the fall of 2022.