Russia has increased its exports of weapons and aircraft to NATO countries. For a number of NATO states, there is an increase in exports from Russia of goods of hidden categories under the SSSS code, reflecting the supply of weapons, aircraft and nuclear materials, RBC reports. The top ten importers of such products in January-September included the USA (second place), the Czech Republic (third place), Germany, Great Britain, Estonia, the Netherlands (from 7th to 10th place). Compared to the same period in 2020, SSSS exports to the United States increased from $ 706 million to about $ 841 million, to the Czech Republic - from $ 102 million to $ 706 million, to Germany - from $ 173 million to $ 302 million, to the Netherlands - from $ 53 million to $ 222 million...
Moreover, to the United States, Russia supplies low-enriched uranium and cartridges for civilian small arms, and to Germany and the Netherlands - also, most likely, radioactive substances.
As for the Czech Republic, this growth is partly due to the supply of spare parts for the repair of Russian aircraft, which is produced in this country.
Among other countries of the world, the largest buyer of Russian "sensitive" products for the second year in a row is Algeria, and this is mainly about the supply of aviation equipment and weapons, it follows from the data of the Federal Customs Service. China and India are also in the top ten.