After a long break, Dmitry Rogozin returned to his longtime rival Elon Musk. IN declarationwhich was taken over by the Russian media, accused him of supporting fascist forces in Ukraine.
Specifically, the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla allegedly sent Starlink terminals also to the so-called Azov Special Operations Detachment, which, according to many, is linked to neo-Nazi movements.
Rogozin told Musk, among other things, that he was “supplying military communications equipment to the fascist forces in Ukraine” and demanded that, despite his desire to “play the fool,” he would “respond in an adult manner if possible.”
However, the successful American businessman, who has already shown several times that he does not mind having enemies in high places, reacted in his own way. “If I die under mysterious circumstances, it was nice to know you,” he wrote on Twitter.
Musk has not yet confirmed or denied that Starlink supplied Az’s terminals. His subsequent tweet however, he suggests that he does not believe that the group in question is really made up of neo-Nazis.
At the same time, however, he somewhat mysteriously added that “there are no angels in the war” – which can mean a lot of different things …