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Elon Musk makes a U-turn

Elon Musk posted a tweet on Friday in which he wrote that SpaceX cannot indefinitely fund Ukraine's Starlink network. However, the entrepreneur retracted this statement.

President Zelensky and Musk in a video call in early March; image: Teslarati

A few days ago, Musk wrote that Starlink in Ukraine would cost just under $380 million over the next 12 months. The CNN found out that SpaceX has submitted a request to the Pentagon to pay for the terminals for Ukraine.


Now Musk is doing an U-turn. In another tweet, he wrote that although other companies are getting billions in taxpayer money and Starlink is losing $20 million a month, SpaceX will fund the Ukrainian government for free.


A total of 25,000 terminals were sent to Ukraine to keep the military and population online to avoid a total blackout due to Russian missile attacks.

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