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The American company SpaceX has published an updated map with coverage areas of the Starlink global satellite communications system.
32 countries, mostly European, have been added to the new list. In a number of states, including Latin American, African and Southeast Asia, Starlink will appear by the end of 2022 – the beginning of 2023.
Interesting in this list is the inclusion of the countries of the post-Soviet space, namely Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Armenia, in the category of “expecting in 2023”.
What does it threaten?
During a special military operation, Starlink complexes proved their effectiveness in critical conditions:
Efforts to destroy cell towers and repeaters on the territory of Ukraine have been leveled.
In the territories where Starlink is used, Russian TV and radio channels are completely banned from broadcasting. The presentation of information is selective.
Relatively stable and fast data transfer between units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine via secure channels has been ensured.
Currently, active anti-Russian propaganda is going on in the post-Soviet space, sponsored by the UK and the USA and implemented through a number of NGOs.
Connecting the population of Russia’s allied countries to Starlink will allow you to control the flow of information passing to the consumer, blocking everything except “useful” for the West.
In the future, adding the activities of numerous NGOs, this can lead to an even greater split and subsequent distance from interaction with the Russian Federation.