Starlink has reached Kazakhstan

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The first batch of Starlink equipment was delivered to Kazakhstan to provide high-speed Internet in schools, the national portal "Adyrna" reported with reference to the website.
This was announced by the Minister of Digital Development, Innovations and Aerospace Industry Bagdat Musin.

"The first batch of Starlink equipment - 500 units - arrived in Kazakhstan," Bagdat Musin said.
As the minister reported in his telegram channel, he received the delivered equipment and sent it to Almaty for personal inspection. According to him, next week Starlink in Turkestan and Akmola regions will provide equipment to schools ready for installation. The minister also promised that the said equipment will be delivered to other regions in 10 days.
"A total of 2,000 sets will arrive in 20 days, which will provide high-speed Internet to 2,000 remote rural schools of the country," assured Musin.