US continues efforts to restrict technology transfer to Russia for weapon development

American businesses are being targeted by the US government in an effort to prevent them from exporting commodities to foreign parties that may transfer them to Russia for use in the conflict in Ukraine. The US Commerce Department has sent letters to at least 20 corporations, urging them to cease supplying parts that are being used in drones and missiles found in Ukraine.

The goal is to hinder Russia’s military efforts by cutting off access to Western technologies. However, despite sanctions imposed on Moscow by the US and over 30 other nations, American components continue to be discovered in Russian weapons left behind in Ukraine.

Assistant Secretary Matthew Axelrod announced that letters have been sent to more than 20 American companies listing over 600 foreign parties, asking them to halt shipments due to the risk of products ending up in Russia. Senior US officials are also engaging with company leaders to discuss additional measures to prevent their products from being used by Russia.

Supporters of Ukraine gathered near the White House in Washington, US, protesting against Russia‚Äôs invasion of their country. They are calling on the US government to take further action against Russia and support Ukraine’s efforts for peace and sovereignty.

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