Ukraine says Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan help Russia evade sanctions

Ukraine says Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan help Russia evade sanctions

PanARMENIAN.Net - Ukrainian Defense Intelligence has accused Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan of negotiating with Moscow over the re-export of Russian products to international markets, Civil.ge reports.

“The supply is planned to be made in the form of Georgian, Armenian and Azerbaijani products and export them to third countries,” the Defense Intelligence of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense said on May 1.

It claimed that more than 200 companies have already been established in the South Caucasian countries.

The Ukrainian defense intelligence further stated that Armenia creates favorable conditions for Russian companies to do business, especially in the IT sphere.

Since the beginning of Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, some 85,000 Russian citizens and 113 IT companies have relocated to Armenia.

Earlier in April, Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Intelligence alleged that Moscow was establishing a channel for smuggling through the Georgian territory, an accusation denied by the Georgian authorities. It said Georgia’s political leadership instructed security services not to interfere with the activities of Russian smugglers.

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