No Chinese drones were spotted at front, except for Russian ones with Chinese spare parts – serviceman of Ukrainian UAV strike company
There were no China-made drones on the front line, the shot down Kub UAV was made in Russia, but using Chinese components
Oles Malyarevych, junior sergeant of the company of attack UAVs and artillery reconnaissance of the 92nd Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said this on Espreso.
"The first Shahed-136 ‘kamikaze’ drones were used in our direction near Kupiansk. We have not seen any new Chinese drones. They use Chinese Mavic drones, the same as ours. They are the same. There were no other Chinese drones. There are Russian-made drones made from Chinese parts. There is an attack drone called Kub. We landed it, disassembled it, and sent it for examination. It is a ‘kamikaze’ drone. I have not seen a Chinese drone yet," he said.