US press: Western sanctions do not prevent Russia from producing cruise missiles

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US press: Western sanctions do not prevent Russia from producing cruise missiles

According to the American edition of The New York Times, despite the continued pressure of the West on Moscow with its sanctions, Russia continues to produce cruise missiles without any problems.

The publication made these conclusions, citing its sources, who analyzed fragments of missiles used by Russia to strike at Ukrainian targets, and concluded that some of them refer to Kh-101 missiles produced in October this year.



The New York Times also notes that due to sanctions, semiconductors and other electronic components necessary for the creation of missiles are not supplied to Russia. From this, the publication concludes that either Moscow found electronics supply channels bypassing the sanctions, or it made significant stocks even before the start of the special operation in Ukraine. Apparently, the West considers Russia to be so primitive that it cannot itself organize the production of components necessary for missiles after the imposition of sanctions.

Earlier, the Pentagon said that since the beginning of the Ukrainian conflict, Russia has already used a huge number of long-range missiles. At the same time, it remains unclear for Washington and Kyiv what the reserves of the RF Armed Forces are. The US military department also noted that, according to global practice, in military conflicts, older ammunition that has accumulated in warehouses is usually used first. Thus, the Pentagon made it clear that Russia still has significant stocks of missiles and other munitions.

Recall that earlier in Kyiv they announced that Russian missiles had allegedly ended back in March. And after each new wave of strikes, new forecasts follow about when Russia will run out of missiles.

Also earlier, materials appeared in the Ukrainian and Western press, which said that Russia allegedly uses chips from TVs and washing machines in the production of missiles.
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  1. +7
    December 6 2022
    Yes, we bought thousands of microwaves and washing machines. Without them, "Caliber" is not ....? Further, Lavrov's phrase
    1. +2
      December 6 2022
      We have enough washing machines and irons with TVs for many more rockets! In Israel, planes were built from billboards and road signs, and nothing!
      1. +3
        December 6 2022
        Quote: dmi.pris
        Also earlier, materials appeared in the Ukrainian and Western press, which said that Russia allegedly uses chips from TVs and washing machines in the production of missiles.


        They also forgot about smartphones as an endless source of chips.
        1. +1
          December 6 2022
          the publication concludes that either Moscow has found channels for the supply of electronics bypassing the sanctions ...

          Good control boards can be pulled out of a number of washing machines and microwaves.
        2. -7
          December 6 2022
          They also forgot about smartphones as an endless source of chips.

          Funny, of course. But in reality, without Western parts and even equipment, it’s not something that can be done entirely - you won’t be able to even repair a simple ten-year-old video card.
          And now all the novelties in rockets are only electronics, everything has already been squeezed out of mechanics.
          1. +3
            December 6 2022
            Quote: dauria
            And now all the novelties in rockets are only electronics, everything has already been squeezed out of mechanics.


            Electronics - certainly, but that's not all.
            Engines, fuel, construction materials and hulls are also being improved


            1. -1
              December 6 2022
              Engines, fuel, construction materials and hulls are also being improved

              The constructor dances from "everything". And he would not have been able to create the R-60 rocket in 1945. Not because of metal, fuel or drives, but because of electronics.
              The situation is really disgusting - we depend critically. Not from the West, but from China. You can snort, boast, remember Lefty, who shod a flea. But to instruct the Gogol blacksmith Vakula to make the 109th bearing in Dikanka was useless.
              1. +1
                December 7 2022
                Quote: dauria
                The constructor dances from "everything". And he would not have been able to create the R-60 rocket in 1945. Not because of metal, fuel or drives, but because of electronics.


                Sorry, but this is complete nonsense.

                No one reduces the value of electronics,
                but materials, fuel is no less difficult and important.
          2. +1
            December 6 2022
            A year ago, many would have believed you. We are a people of what I call cataclysm. That is, we do it when it leans against the wall. Remember the proverb, "until thunder breaks out, a man will not cross himself." This is about us. So the sanctions give us the opportunity to move to the next level in technological progress.
          3. +2
            December 6 2022
            Tell this to my consumer electronics repairman. Purely from the "west", spare parts have not been shipped since the mid-14s. And after XNUMX years, this is generally an exceptionally rare occurrence. Everything comes from Asia. on its members individually.
    2. +3
      December 6 2022
      Our fighters from their own zone bring washing machines, microwaves and toilet bowls! Specialists extract microprocessors and produce rockets! Opened the case, do not thank) and why the toilets? You ask? And to confuse the cards of the enemies
      1. 0
        December 6 2022
        Quote: Clever man
        why toilets? You ask? And to confuse the cards of enemies


        No, Hoch toilets are made of high-tech ceramics.
        And our craftsmen use this ceramics for high-precision weapons ... you know
        1. 0
          December 6 2022
          Pin dostanovtsy, even shouted that the import of breast pumps for nursing mothers has increased in the Russian Federation!
          Our know-how to use for the production of CR, instead of microcircuits - breast pumps!)))
        2. 0
          December 6 2022
          In ancient ukrov, even toilet bowls have superpowers
        3. 0
          December 7 2022
          Hoch toilets are made from high-tech ceramics
          toilet ceramics goes on bulletproof vests - obviously hi
      2. 0
        December 6 2022
        Well, why immediately "confuse the cards"? belay If this is a modern Japanese toilet bowl, then you can pick up chips from it wassat
        1. +1
          December 6 2022
          Everyone knows that every Ukrainian has two toilet bowls, one Japanese second gold
  2. +1
    December 6 2022
    Calm down, there is enough for everyone, the reserves in the west have not yet been unpacked, but for the outskirts, yes, little by little they have been used up.
  3. +7
    December 6 2022
    The world is big ... you can’t block everything ... even Iran has established a “double bass” of everything they need, and besides that, we can also produce it ourselves, the only question here is the price ... it’s worth recalling how the Japanese (lying tightly under the USA) in at one time they sold us (for bribes) CNC machines for our submarine propellers, the Yankees found out about this only decades later, and then thanks to the drunken chatter of one former head of a Japanese corporation (a katan in his belly).
    1. +1
      December 6 2022
      In 1983, at the training ground, the colonel told us that if the Japanese knew how much of their cable we use for military needs, which they should not supply to us! laughing
  4. +3
    December 6 2022
    We are already more interested in the stock of cruise missiles for NATO countries being replenished, if something goes wrong? In Ukraine, we already know that we should have run out of cruise missiles yesterday, but we have a magic word for this case!
  5. +2
    December 6 2022
    US press: Western sanctions do not prevent Russia from producing cruise missiles
    Well, yes, they probably dragged irons, coffee grinders, etc. from everywhere, picked out electronics from there and do it, now, what you need, then what you get wink good soldier
  6. +2
    December 6 2022
    Ukrofascists have a holiday today (Vsu day), it would be necessary to make it terrible and bloody for them !!! We are waiting for MRAU on dill ghouls! Oh yes, on the topic: - "washing machines to help us." drinks
    1. +1
      December 6 2022
      Yes, I’m also looking at air raid alerts in Ukraine! “Congratulations” would not hurt. hi drinks
  7. +1
    December 6 2022
    What else do they want from us? They overestimated themselves and underestimated us. It only needs to be completely out of the blue in order to underestimate the enemy.
    1. +1
      December 6 2022
      These are not potheads (cannon fodder), the joint chiefs of staff miss and not the first time! (((
  8. 0
    December 6 2022
    I don't understand why we have to end them? Don't worry, there's enough for everyone.
  9. +4
    December 6 2022
    Quote: "in the West, Russia is considered so primitive that it cannot itself establish the production of components necessary for missiles after the imposition of sanctions"
    So let them continue to think so-so, why dissuade them when they already consider our missiles with a minus sign.
    In the end, everyone has classes, they count, and ours at this time roast them.
    Love surprises, gentlemen, sworn partners, let them think that Russia buys everything in China and North Korea.
    Our business is to defeat NATO during the NWO, and let them get richer there with a thought and not be distracted.
  10. “Western sanctions do not prevent Russia from producing cruise missiles,” —

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  11. 0
    December 6 2022
    Let them analyze the sources of receipt of refrigerators and televisions in Russia. We are hauling microchips for rockets from there. laughing
  12. 0
    December 6 2022
    The potheads have been screaming for half a year that the Russian Federation is running out of CDs, but no, we keep hitting and hitting!
    Factories work in three shifts to ensure that the under-state strikes!
    Potheads, you need to turn to mediums or fortune-tellers! They even have a more accurate forecast! (((
  13. -1
    December 6 2022
    Electronics for cruise missiles are quite primitive and cannot be a serious obstacle to the mass production of missiles. There are problems of backwardness of electronics, but they belong to other critical areas
  14. 0
    December 6 2022
    By the way, according to the photos of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, 2-3 of our missiles definitely did not reach the target or flew over. Although they can carry fragments on duty to the photo shoot, already gutted without weight. Gently lie too much. Or the ground is already frozen.
  15. 0
    December 6 2022
    it remains unclear for Washington and Kyiv what the reserves of the Russian Armed Forces are
    But what about the ubiquitous American intelligence? What Putin thinks they know, but what reserves Russia does not have, because. relied on Ukrainian information about their exhaustion in March-May. The less you know, sleep better. And it’s time for the Ukrainian mouthpieces of propaganda to throw their notebooks with chopsticks counting the number of arrivals in the trash. When propaganda tries to defeat arithmetic (I’m not even talking about mathematics), then the thing is rubbish.
  16. +1
    December 6 2022
    Trains with kettles, microwaves and washing machines come from the NWO zone. How will we launch rockets without their chips?
    And the Western man in the street believes in this manure, well, they have a level
  17. +1
    December 6 2022
    If anything, then chips are also made in Russia, just not as technologically advanced. So maybe we don't buy at all.
  18. +1
    December 6 2022
    Quote: dauria
    And now all the novelties in rockets are only electronics, everything has already been squeezed out of mechanics

    and the hypersonic Zircon was obtained from Caliber after uploading new firmware to the control unit? Is that how it works?
  19. 0
    December 6 2022
    The United States believed that they completely destroyed our production chains. The economy torn to shreds, the gas station country, etc. A fatal delusion. Now they have imposed a war of attrition on us, their second mistake. All basic production is located inside the country, unlike from the same Ryzeon or Boeing and are independent of an external supplier of materials. Yes, the production of "household goods" is still "clumsy" with us. But household goods have little effect on the presence of Mikoyan Ham in Indesit of the Ural manufacturer. "Tide" for Samsung of the Lipetsk plant in general at the local ZBH of Neva Cosmetics is done. But yes, I confess, the hp beech and the A22 mobile are from behind the hillock. I come from Thailand. Greater Asia is neutral, in general. Rather, it even sympathizes.
  20. -1
    December 6 2022
    It is necessary to prioritize the production of Geran-2 type drones to saturate the enemy’s air defense and parallel advanced missiles to evade missile defense
  21. 0
    December 6 2022
    it turns out that thanks to our statesmen we are one of the most globalized countries. wonderful

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