Ne Igolka V Sene, No Nayti Trudno
Five titanium plates weighing a total of 14 tons were diverted from the Gorbunov Production Corporation in Kazan. This material is worth 990 million rubles. The thieves have been arrested and are awaiting trial. Titanium alloys are on the NSG dual-use list.
Abstract Number: 19960280
Headline: Ne Igolka V Sene, No Nayti Trudno
Date: 22 February 1996
Bibliography: Krasnaya Zvezda, p. 4
Author: Aleksandr Bugai
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This article is part of a collection examining reported incidents of nuclear or radioactive materials trafficking in or originating from the Newly Independent States.
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