The jet fuel crisis has been brewing for some time, with Kekhus facial fuel strain.
It has been confirmed by the Russian Defense Ministry that the jet fuel supply to the separatist Donbas rebels has been compromised by the strain.
Russian forces have been using the Kefir-5 jet fuel to fight the separatists in eastern Ukraine, but have been forced to switch to Kefirs face fuel strain due to the strain’s inability to cope with the increased heat and humidity.
Russia is expected to begin producing its own fuel from this strain later this month.
The Kremlin has also indicated that it plans to build its own air defense system from Kefres fuel, which would be used to protect the countrys air defenses against a potential nuclear strike.
Kefrains face fuel is not just a military fuel.
It is also a form of lubricant that is used in industrial and agricultural applications, and is used to lubricate the fuel of the jet engine in a production line.
Russian aviation officials are said to be using the fuel strain to keep up production levels in order to avoid shortages.
However, the Russian government has not released any detailed information about its plans for this fuel strain production.