He said they had a radio station for eight people and complained that it was too few. At the same time, according to the prisoner, Starlink was 20-30 kilometers away in positions in the rear areas, RIA Novosti reports.
Leniv also noted that the front line has practically no command personnel. “I didn’t even see the platoon commanders, they were all sitting in the rear,” the Ukrainian army said, adding that the treatment was terrible.
Starlink is a next-generation satellite network designed to provide broadband Internet access anywhere in the world.
Earlier, The Washington Post reported that the Russian military has a secret weapon that interferes with Starlink’s work in Ukraine. The journalists, referring to the secret Pentagon materials leaked to the network, clarified that we are talking about the Tobol electronic warfare system.