A shipment of Starlink terminals arrived Monday in war-torn Ukraine. The terminals, which are made by Elon Musk's SpaceX, will allow Ukrainians to have access to the satellite-based internet service as the country faces the possibility of an interruption amid the Russian invasion.

Ukraine has faced widespread power and internet outages from the invasion, which prompted Ukraine's vice prime minister Mykhailo Fedorov to plea to Musk on Twitter on Saturday.

“@elonmusk, while you try to colonize Mars -- Russia try to occupy Ukraine! While your rockets successfully land from space -- Russian rockets attack Ukrainian civil people! We ask you to provide Ukraine with Starlink stations and to address sane Russians to stand,” Fedorov posted on Twitter.

Musk followed through with the plea and responded on Saturday in a tweet that, “Starlink service is now active in Ukraine. More terminals en route.”

When the Starlink terminals arrived in Ukraine on Monday, Fedorov posted a tweet with a picture of the truckload.

“Starlink — here. Thanks, @elonmusk,” he wrote.

Musk responded to his tweet: "You are most welcome."

Musk has been launching hundreds of Starlink satellites into space to offer people an ultra-high-speed internet service.

The Starlink service currently offers users “download speeds of 150 megabits per second with latency between 20 milliseconds and 40 milliseconds, along with “no data caps,” according to the Starlink website.

Starlink also claims to be able to reach rural and remote locations “no matter how remote.”

Many on Twitter lauded Musk's urgency in getting the Starlink terminals to Ukraine.