Ukraine has received 8,000 Starlink terminals from Poland, and they have already been handed over to energy companies, doctors and "points of invincibility." In general, the country has already received 30,000 stations.
According to Ukrinform, Ukraine's Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhailo Fedorov said this in a post on the Telegram messaging app.
"Poland helped purchase the last batch of 8,000 terminals. Hundreds of Starlinks from this batch are already working at 'points of invincibility' across the country. Another part was handed over to energy workers and doctors," the minister said.
According to Fedorov, 30,000 Starlink terminals are already in Ukraine. The Ministry of Digital Transformation team is working to provide even more terminals, with international partners helping in this area.
"Starlink terminals have become part of the critical infrastructure of Ukraine. Thanks to them, Ukrainians stay connected in places where the usual network does not work during power outages," the minister added.
Ukraine is currently considered one of the countries with the largest number of Starlink terminals. Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion, the country has received more than 22,000 terminals on the initiative of the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine.