German man on trial for supplying Russian chemical weapons program | News | DW

A German businessman accused of exporting armaments for Russia’s chemical and nuclear weapons program appeared before the Higher Regional Court of Dresden on Tuesday.

The man is accused of violating the War Weapons Control Act and the Foreign Trade and Payments Act and has been in custody since May 2021.

What do German prosecutors say?

Prosecutors allege that since 2017, Alexander S.  attempted to “promote the production of chemical weapons” by brokering the delivery of equipment from a Chinese manufacturer to Russia, in violation of the War Weapons Control Act.

The accused was also alleged to have exported goods ten times without a necessary license and was also accused of acting “for the secret service of a foreign power.”

German officials say the defendant is a managing director…

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