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​Ukrainian Warriors Find Approach to Destroying russian Starlinks

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Ukrainian warriors destroyed russian Starlink terminal / Screenshot from the 71st Jaeger Brigade`s video
Ukrainian warriors destroyed russian Starlink terminal / Screenshot from the 71st Jaeger Brigade`s video

Air Assault Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed russian occupiers` Starlink satellite communication terminal

A video of destruction of the Starlink terminal was posted by the Command of the Air Assault Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on its official Facebook page.

"russians have started using SpaceX satellite communication platforms, but we had not been able to shoot them so far. The company has repeatedly denied supplying its products to aggressor. The stolen or smuggled modem was spotted by operators of reconnaissance UAVs of the 71st Jaeger Brigade of the Air Assault Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine," the statement reads.

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According to the Ukrainian militaries, their FPV drones did not tolerate outrage and stood firmly on guard of international law as well as business reputation of a respected company.

"So, now occupiers have no Starlink. At least within the reach of our brigade's warriors," the paratroopers stated.

In turn, russians also confirmed the destruction of their terminal by posting a video.

Ukrainian Warriors Find Approach to Destroying russian Starlinks, Defense Express
Destroyed russian Starlink terminal / Screenshot from occupiers` video

The first reports that russia started using Starlink termonals began to appear in early February 2024. Later, Ukrainian intelligence confirmed this information as well as assured that had looked for ways to solve this problem.

Earlier Defense Express reported that russian invaders had used chemical agents against Defenders of Ukraine again.

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