They are planned for 2023-2024
Russia and the United States have expanded the agreement on cross-flights to the ISS by one mission, the press service of Roscosmos reports in its telegram channel. It is planned for 2023-2024. Two Russian cosmonauts Alexander Grebenkin and Konstantin Borisov will fly to the station on Crew Dragon ships manufactured by the American company SpaceX.
What else is known:
Konstantin Borisov will leave for the ISS in the second half of 2023 as part of the Crew-7 mission, while Alexander Grebenkin will fly in the first half of 2024 as part of Crew-8.
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Both cosmonauts were enlisted in the Roscosmos detachment in 2018. They occupy the same position – a test cosmonaut. The flight on the Crew Dragon will be their first.