Customs said there were six suspects, one of whom was detained back in September. The authorities believe that almost 3,500 flying robots have arrived in Russia in this way. The companies have also supplied Russia with microcontrollers, semiconductor devices and protective materials designed to stop flying robots.
The products were approved for export to other countries, such as anti-robot equipment intended for Kazakhstan, but ended up in Russia, according to authorities.
The Customs Administration found that one person is responsible for both companies under investigation. One of the companies oversaw the procurement of the products, while the other forwarded the goods to Russia.
The Customs Administration has found violations of the rules and violations of the export of defense materials, and in December the case will be handed over to the prosecutor’s office.
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