"Today, the Russians fired at Ukraine with X-101 missiles, that were manufactured this year. Missiles were released in April and contain approximately 30 foreign microchips," the message states.
According to Yermak, the information is being collected: Ukraine works with partners, we regularly communicate with them on this issue. Partner governments also work with manufacturers and suppliers of microchips.
Restrictions have already been introduced, but sanctions need to be strengthened so that Russia cannot obtain critical components and manufacture missiles.
The McFaul-Yermak Group provides relevant proposals.
Business Insider recently reported that Russia has started producing its own version of the Iranian "shaheds". Geran-2 drones are similar to the Iranian Shahed-136, but made of different materials.
At the beginning of August, PM Denys Shmyhal stated that Russian missiles and drones include components from 50 countries that entered the Russian Federation despite sanctions. Lists of all component manufacturers have been compiled.
According to Air Force spokesman Yuriy Ignat, the Russian Federation is still able to manufacture high-precision cruise missiles thanks to the fact that it was able to bypass sanctions and obtain the necessary components.