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"We need to stop this": Zelenskyy says 300 types of components from ten countries found in Russian missiles and drones

President Zelenskyy addressed Ukrainians. Source: Office of the President

At least 300 components manufactured in 10 different countries were found in the Russian missiles used by the occupiers to attack Ukraine on March 22. This is obviously a violation of sanctions against Russia.

This was stated by President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy in his latest address to Ukrainians. "This is someone's attempt to make money from the destruction of lives," the head of state said, adding that it must be stopped.

"All these Iskander, Kinzhal and other Russian missiles, as well Shahed drones, have dozens of components that are imported from other countries for terror. The missiles used in this attack against Ukraine, against our energy system, contained at least 300 types of components from ten countries," Zelenskyy said.

He emphasized that together with the Shahed drones, this is a total of at least 7,500 components, and each of them is a violation of sanctions against Russia.

Zelenskyy called on the world to act together. "Act to reduce the potential of terror, to block it. In particular, this applies to air defense. Sanctions are necessary," he said.

This is not the first time Zelenskyy has said that every missile used by the occupiers to attack our country contains components from other countries, not just Russia. Just a few days ago, the president said that at least 53 types of such components were found in the X-101 missile, and 49 in the Kinzhal missile.

As reported, Russia has already begun using chips from washing machines and refrigerators in its military equipment not only from its own production but also from European production, ordering them through partner countries like Armenia and Kazakhstan.

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