Attack on Drama Theater in Chernihiv: US components found in Russian missile
A Russian missile used by the invading forces to hit the center of Chernihiv last August contained foreign components from the United States
RBC-Ukraine reports this with reference to the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NACP).
The Russian forces used an Iskander-K cruise missile to strike the center of Chernihiv on August 19 last year.
Experts managed to identify four new components from the SN-99 global navigation satellite system unit of the 9M727 Iskander-K cruise missile that killed seven people, including a six-year-old girl. More than 150 other people were injured.
It was determined that the missile was manufactured no earlier than March 2023, which means that it is likely that these components were delivered to the aggressor after the start of Russia's large-scale invasion of Ukraine.
"Foreign technologies and components cannot continue to become part of the weapons of aggressors who kill civilians around the world," the statement says.
The NACP added that the world should unite around the non-proliferation of its technologies to terrorist regimes such as Russia.