Times: Britain sent $100 million worth of weapons components to Russia


Britain sent $100 million worth of key equipment, including semiconductors and drones, to Russia. We are talking about the first 10 months of 2023, writes The Times.


There is no official confirmation of the information.

The figure reflects a sharp decline in trade between Russia and the UK compared to 2022, when some $770 million worth of critical components were exported 

- said in the publication.

The newspaper notes that the British Technology often find their way to the Russian military through third countries. And goods worth about $15 million were delivered to the Russian Federation directly from UK warehouses.

As the source of the publication emphasized, 28 British components and two thousand American ones were found in the weapons of the Russian military. Moscow did not comment on this information, the newspaper wrote.

Meanwhile, a Ukrainian volunteer countedthat in the first third of February alone, the Russian Aerospace Forces dropped about 460 aerial bombs with a universal planning and adjustment module (UMPC) on the positions of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. These include FAB-250/500/1500 and volumetric detonating aircraft bombs (ODAB).
  • Photos used: Gareth Halfacree/wikimedia.org
2 comments
Information
Dear reader, to leave comments on the publication, you must sign in.
  1. prior Offline prior
    prior (Vlad) 12 February 2024 16: 50
    +1
    Moscow did not comment on this information

    And what is there to comment on?! We are not at war with Great Britain, the Jewish traders will always come to an agreement.
    Either it's Ukraine.
    Here you have war, Nazism, terrorism and regular gas supplies with payment for transit.
    Recently there was information that in Russia they are sewing uniforms for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
    This is where the obvious is incredible!
  2. Kiril Offline Kiril
    Kiril (Kiril) 12 February 2024 19: 16
    +1
    On the bombs dropped on crests it is necessary to write “greetings from Britain” laughing