MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia has ramped up the production of some military hardware by more than tenfold to supply its army in Ukraine, significantly increasing the output of missiles, drones, combat vehicles and artillery, Russia's biggest weapons producer said on Tuesday.
And for some types of hardware, output had been boosted "by tens of times," said Ozdoev.
Rostec, which is sanctioned by the West, is run by Sergei Chemezov, a close Putin ally.
It controls 800 Russian civilian and defence entities and is by far Russia's biggest arms producer.
The U.S. Treasury calls Rostec "the cornerstone of Russia’s defense, industrial, technology, and manufacturing sectors."
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