Ukraine once again denounces the presence of foreign components in Russian missiles

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Kiev, Oct 18 (EFE).- The head of the Ukrainian presidential office, Andrí Yermak, denounced again today that in drones and missiles used by Russia to attack Ukrainian territory there are components manufactured in other countries.

“Our experts continue to study the components of the downed Kh-101 missiles, as well as the Shahed and Kartograf drones. “We have found foreign components and we are working with our partners to prevent their continued supply to the Russian Federation,” Yermak wrote on his Telegram account.

The Shahed drones have been developed by Iran, whose military industry is also sanctioned by the European Union (EU) and the United States. Russia has massively imported Shahed drones and uses them every night against Ukraine. According to some information, Moscow has begun assembling them on its own territory.

Yermak, who is the right-hand man of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the main person in charge of the issue of Western sanctions in his administration, published along with his message several photographs of components of Russian drones and missiles supposedly manufactured outside of Russia.

Ukraine has repeatedly denounced that Russian weapons used on its territory continue to contain components manufactured in Western countries that have approved sanctions on the Russian military industry.

President Zelensky recently regretted the EU's delay in approving new sanctions on Russia, which he believes must include effective measures to prevent existing sanctions from being violated.

Moscow imports some of these components by ordering them in third countries.

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