Starlink – here, confirmed Mykhailo Fedorov, Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine and Minister of Digital Transformation of Ukraine. That means that the first batch of Sattelite terminals has arrived in Ukraine, 1 day after the initial ask. To this news, Elon Musk has replied with “You are most welcome”.
In a Telegram post, Mykhailo Fedorov has also shared the photo of the terminal, unpacked, and also added: “The first batch of StarLink satellite internet stations has arrived in Ukraine! Thank you, Elon Musk, and all the partners of free Ukraine! We continue to fight on all fronts!”.
Earlier this week, Mykhailo Fedorov asked Elon Musk to support Ukraine in its fight with Russian occupiers, by activating Starlink service in Ukraine and providing Starlink terminals. To which Tesla and SpaceX cofounder promptly replied, that service is already available in Ukraine and that more terminals en route. After that, one of the first Starlink terminals in Ukraine was handed over to the “Come back alive” fund in Ukraine.
If you also want to help Ukraine fight with Russian occupants, the best way to do so is by donating to the Armed Forces of Ukraine via https://savelife.in.ua/donate/
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