As tensions between the West and Russia continue to mount, a new report reveals the extent to which China is aiding Moscow in its military buildup. Despite sanctions, Chinese companies are providing parts for jet fighters, submarines, and other military equipment to a subsidiary of a sanctioned Russian government-owned company.
The report, which was released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), highlights the role of China in aiding Russia’s military buildup. According to the report, a Chinese state-owned firm has shipped parts for Su-35 jet fighters to a subsidiary of a sanctioned Russian government-owned company. The parts were shipped in 2018 and 2019, despite the fact that the US and other countries had imposed sanctions on the company.
The report also found that China has been providing parts for the construction of Russian submarines. China has also been providing components for a variety of other military equipment, including tanks, armored vehicles, and artillery systems.
The report highlights the extent to which China is aiding Russia in its military buildup, despite the sanctions imposed by the West. It also raises questions about the effectiveness of the sanctions, and whether they are having any impact on Russia’s military capabilities.
The report also points to the close ties between China and Russia, and the importance of their relationship in the face of international pressure. It is clear that the two countries are working together to strengthen their military capabilities, despite the sanctions imposed by the West.
The report is a stark reminder of the extent to which China is aiding Russia in its military buildup, and the importance of the relationship between the two countries. It is clear that the West’s sanctions are not having the desired effect, and that China is playing a key role in helping Russia strengthen its military capabilities.