According to Information Resistance group’s operational data, as of today, individual businesses in the Ukrainian military and industrial complex are still delivering military products to Russia.
Earlier, the management of the state concern “Ukroboronprom” announced that such deliveries had been stopped. However, separate contracts with Russia go through other government agencies, and “Ukroboronprom” has no way to exercise control over them.
For example, according to our data, in the interests of their Russian customers, the “Arsenal” plant in Kyiv continues to manufacture the homing warheads for “air-to-air” R-73 guided missiles that are later delivered to the Russian Federation. (Homing warhead “Lighthouse” that is used with these missiles was developed at “Arsenal” as well.)
For your reference, the combat aircraft widely used in the Russian Air Force use R-73 missiles (MiG-29, MiG-31, Sukhoi Su-24, Sukhoi Su-27), and the newest (MiG-35, Sukhoi Su-35S), as well as the promising designs currently under development (Sukhoi PAK FA).
Dmitry Tymchuk, Coordinator, Information Resistance
Translated and edited by Voices of Ukraine