Sanctioned Russia can no longer obtain certain components to build new tanks, according to a U.S. report. Ukrainian Soldiers Find Tanks That Can Use Dishwasher And Refrigerator Chips
The impact of some sanctions imposed on Russia aimed at reducing the country’s ability to continue to impose sanctions, will only be felt in the long run. One of the sanctions is a ban on the export of any military or dual-use (military and civilian) equipment to the country. Even though many companies such as McDonald’s or IKEA have announced their withdrawal from the country, the sanctions do not target civilian equipment.
according to can no longer be imported For its tanks, Russia now has to use tanks in household appliances. ” Ukrainians tell us when they found out Russians on the ground, they are full of they are from and refrigerator », U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo.
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In addition, two Russian tank manufacturers are currently out of production due to a lack of spare parts. This situation is also not limited to tanks. British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said the Russians were also tinkering with their SU-34 bombers.in severalthe Ukrainians found the receiver Basic, sticking to the dashboard to make up for the lack of a navigation system.
This rather anecdotal piece of information sheds light on the effectiveness of sanctions against Russia. April 30, Volodymyr Zelensky The Ukrainian army destroyed more than 1,000 Russian tanks, 200 aircraft and 2,500 armored vehicles. Sanctions could make it impossible for the Kremlin to make up for those losses.