Poland Sent 5.000 “Starlinks” to Ukraine

by Olha Povaliaieva
Monday, August 22, 2022
Poland Sent 5.000 “Starlinks” to Ukraine

On August 22, Ukraine received a batch of "Starlink" internet installations from our sister country

Since the beginning of Russia's war against Ukraine, more than 17.000 Starlink terminals have been operating on the territory of our country. The first Starlink platforms appeared in Ukraine at the direct request of the minister of digital transformation of Ukraine, Mykhailo Fedorov to Elon Musk. Today, Starlink provides the Internet to the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the country's critical infrastructure. And since the 27th of April, the Starlink representative operates in Ukraine. 

Poland, which has been providing incredible support to Ukrainians since February 24, handed us a batch of 5.000 internet installations from Musk.

"We received 5.000 Starlinks for our country's needs. This will help Ukrainians to always be in touch and critical infrastructure objects to work in the most difficult conditions. Thank you very much to the state secretary for the digitalization of Poland, Janusz Cieszynski, for such an important step," Mykhailo Fedorov.

We remind you that Ukraine also bought a satellite, which will remain in use not only during the war but also after it.

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