War in Ukraine: Russia is desperately short of electronic components in bid to keep fighting

Vladimir Putin’s disgraced invasion of Ukraine could hinge on Russia’s inability to gain access to high-tech electrical components due to the sanctions inflicted on them. 

Russian troops are now increasingly reliant on Soviet-era stocks of ammunition, having fired off more firepower than many could have anticipated – including themselves.

The fightback from Ukraine, which has seen them make significant advances in recent days, has further frustrated Russian troops who are losing control of areas they had previously occupied.

But Putin and his men could soon be running on empty. Fuelling the war any further might come down to whether or not Russia can regain access to high-tech chips.

Ukraine has issued international warnings that the Kremlin has a ‘shopping list’ of semiconductors, connectors, transformers, insulators and more – with most made by the US, Taiwan, the UK, Japan and Germany among others. 

Russia has been heavily reliant on these countries in previous years but with the…

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