1. States Parties shall inform the Secretary-General of the United Nations, as well as the public and the international scientific community, to the extent possible and to the extent possible, of their activities related to the exploration and use of the Moon. For each mission to the Moon, information on the time, purposes, locations, orbital parameters and duration should be provided as soon as possible after launch, while information on the results of each mission, including scientific results, should be provided after the completion of the mission. In the case of a mission of more than sixty days` duration, information on the implementation of the mission, including any scientific results, shall be transmitted regularly at thirty-day intervals. For missions that last more than six months, only significant additions to this information should be reported later. Reaffirming the importance of international cooperation in the exploration and peaceful uses of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, and the promotion of the rule of law in this field of human efforts, 3. States Parties shall report to the other States Parties and to the Secretary-General on lunar areas of particular scientific interest so that, without prejudice to the rights of other States Parties, the designation of such territories as international scientific reserves for which special safeguards are to be taken in consultation with the relevant organs of the United Nations may be considered. (5) The States Parties to this Convention undertake to establish international regulations, including appropriate procedures, to regulate the exploitation of the natural resources of the Moon, since such exploitation is about to become feasible. This provision shall be implemented in accordance with Article 18 of this Agreement. Given the benefits that may result from the exploitation of the natural resources of the Moon and other celestial bodies, 2. For the purposes of this Agreement, the reference to the Moon shall include orbits around it or other trajectories to or around it.

2. When conducting scientific studies and promoting the provisions of this Agreement, States Parties shall have the right to take and take samples of their minerals and other substances from the Moon. These samples shall be made available to the States Parties which have organized their collection and may be used by them for scientific purposes. States Parties shall take into account the desirability of making some of these samples available to other interested States Parties and the international scientific community for scientific investigation. .