INVESTIGATIONS REVEAL the world’s largest commercial drone maker, China’s Da-Jiang Innovations Science & Technology Co., also known as DJI, “sent drone parts – like batteries and cameras” to Russia in November and December 2022 and is also actively engaged in the Iranian market, contrary to claims made by company officials last year. The sale of drones and drone components to purchasers in the Islamic Republic would likely constitute a violation of U.S. sanctions.
UANI has also located evidence that CUAV Tech Inc. Ltd. (CUAV) – a Chinese UAV hardware and software supplier – and Beijing MicroPilot UAV Flight Control Systems (BMP), have sold Iran components for its military drones program.
March 28, 2023
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