A New York resident admitted to transferring drone technology to Russia 30.04.2024, 23:42

A New York resident admitted to organizing the illegal transfer of American dual-use technologies to Russian companies. This was reported with reference to the US Department of Justice. TASS.

Nikolai Grigoriev, who lives in New York, pleaded guilty in federal court in Brooklyn to a charge of conspiring to illegally export from the United States dual-use electronics used in Russian military drones, according to the department.

According to American law enforcement agencies, technology worth $250,000 in total was provided to Russia.

Grigoriev could be sentenced to five years in prison. The court has not yet set a date for sentencing.

Previously, former US President Donald Trump statedHe said that if he is re-elected as president in November this year, he could ensure the release of American journalist Evan Gershkovich, who is accused of espionage in Russia.

It was previously reported that a Bundeswehr officer was accused of espionage. Confessed He said he offered information to Russia.

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Source: Gazeta


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