The US orders the departure of the families of US diplomats in Kiev and recommends leaving the country

Updated Monday, January 24, 2022 –

US citizens residing in Ukraine “should now consider” leaving the country on commercial flights or other means of transportation

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The United States ordered this Sunday the withdrawal of Ukraine from the families of employees at your embassy in the country, and authorized the departure of non-essential personnel in the face of the “continued threat of military action by Russia.”

This is underlined by the State Department in a statement in which it also recommended to all Americans who are in Ukraine let them get out of the way

“There are reports that Russia is planning significant military action against Ukraine and security conditions, particularly on Ukraine’s borders, in Crimea and in Russian-controlled areas of eastern Ukraine are “unpredictable” and can “deteriorate” without warning, the US Foreign Department has warned.

He also stressed that the Americans must be aware that a Russian military action at any point in Ukraine can “seriously shock the US embassy” and its ability to provide consular services.

That is why he insisted that Americans who are in the country “should leave using commercial transportation or any other available private option.

The State Department also asked all Americans to register on its website for crises like the current one to be able to contact them if necessary.

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