Russian-Canadian pleads guilty to exporting technology to Russia

From Montreal to the Battlefield: A Woman’s Role in the International Arms Trade and Russia’s War Against Ukraine.

On October 28, 2022, a handout photo released by the Russian Defence Ministry Press Service depicted a Ka-52 helicopter gunship of the Russian air force firing rockets at an unknown target in Ukraine. The image was taken from video and credited to the Russian Defense Ministry Press Service and The Associated Press.

In Montreal, a Canadian woman named Kristina Puzyreva pleaded guilty on Monday to her involvement in a multimillion-dollar scheme to send electronics to Russia for military use in the war against Ukraine. According to court documents, Puzyreva has been residing in Montreal and played a key role in helping to send pieces used in unnamed aerial vehicles (UAVs) and guided missile systems to Russia, violating export and sanctions laws. This case highlights the international nature of conflicts and the need for strong export control laws and sanctions to prevent the transfer of technology and materials that could be used in military operations. Further information about this case is expected to be released at a later time.

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