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Beijing has stabbed Moscow in the back. Russia will have a problem with drones


As reported by the pro-Kremlin newspaper “Kommersant”, new regulations introduced by Beijing in early September have “seriously complicated the supply of drones to Russia and led to a shortage of many components, such as thermal imaging cameras”. These parts are responsible for, among others: for detecting and guiding targets.

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China’s decision leads to a jump in prices

The restrictions introduced may affect mainly specialist services military dronesconsumer drones and unmanned vehicles with a flight time longer than 30 minutes.

The actual impact of this ban on the Russian market mainly comes down to an increase in the prices of existing and available Chinese drones and components already in Russia said Samuel Bendett from the US Center for Marine Analysis in an interview with newsweek.com.


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