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The supply of microchips and basic electronic components to Russia, which the West has tried to block with sanctions, has already returned to pre-war levels. A number of states, including post-Soviet countries, help Russia in this work.
Axar.az reports that James O'Brien, coordinator of sanctions policy of the US State Department, said this.
"European companies sell electronic products to third countries, and from there they are re-exported to Russia. We are talking about microchips, processors, and electronic boards, which are necessary for the creation of modern weapon systems. The main re-export flows go through NATO member Turkiye, as well as the United Arab Emirates, Georgia, Armenia, and Kazakhstan," he said.
2023.06.08 / 15:52