October 18, 2022: -On Saturday, Elon Musk tweeted that his company SpaceX would resume allowance Starlink satellite internet airports for the Ukrainian government as it battles plaguing Russian parties.
Elon Musk tweeted, “the hell with it,” even though Starlink is still losing money & different places are earning billions of taxpayers’ $, we’ll keep funding Ukraine government for free.
It was not directly evident whether Musk, even the CEO of Tesla, was being sarcastic. Musk said in a tweet about the move, “we should always do good deeds.” Replying to another tweet saying that Musk had already paid taxes supporting Ukraine’s security, he expressed, “Fate loves irony.”
On Friday, the tweets mind a statement from Musk in which he said that SpaceX could not continue to support Starlink airports in Ukraine “indefinitely” after a report revealed his room company had asked the Pentagon to cover the expenses.
In a letter from SpaceX to the Pentagon, the group said that the use of Starlink in Ukraine could cost close to $400 million more in the next 12 months, according to a report by CNN. SpaceX has marked several contracts with the U.S. administration.
SpaceX’s proposed Starlink internet airfields have been crucial to keeping Ukraine’s military online in the war against Russia, even as contact infrastructure collided. Russia started its invasion of Ukraine in February.
Musk lured complaints from Ukrainian officials when he posted a Twitter poll measuring permission for what he said was a likely outcome of the Russia-Ukraine war.
He appeared to prove that SpaceX was training to leave Ukraine in some capacity on Friday, reacting to a Twitter post that referenced the Ukrainian ambassador showing Musk to “f— off.” “We’re just minding his advice,” Musk stated.
The SpaceX creator is at the center of a $44 billion bid to buy Twitter, which he held tried to get out of. A magistrate ruled that he has until October 28 to close the investment if he wishes to avoid a trial.