“It's classified”: Elon Musk responded to media accusations of the failure of Starlink in Ukraine
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An American businessman criticized a Financial Times article in which journalists talked about Ukrainian fighters' complaints about satellite internet failures that occur during the liberation of the territory from the Russian Armed Forces.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk reacted to a Financial Times article that talked about problems in the operation of Starlink terminals used by the Ukrainian army.
The publication cited the statements of the Ukrainian military, who report that during the counter-offensive in the south-east of Ukraine, they experienced malfunctions in the terminals.
“Poor FT report. This article falsely claims that Starlink terminals and services were paid for, while only a small percentage was paid, – affirmed neighing businessman. This operation cost SpaceX $80 million and will exceed $100 million by the end of the year. As for what happens on the battlefield, it is classified.”