The State Department updated its travel advisory to Ukraine.
One of the reasons cited is “increased threats from Russia.”
— Steve Herman (@W7VOA) December 20, 2021
Despite no new significant exchange of fire in Donbass, and ultimately nothing new actually happening on the ground to make things more dangerous, the State Department has in dramatic fashion issued an urgent travel advisory for all Americans, telling citizens not to travel to Ukraine.
The new travel advisory, updated Monday, warns Americans to avoid all travel to the country due to “increased threats” from Russia amid its military build-up near the border. It warns US citizens to be “aware of reports that Russia is planning for significant military action against Ukraine” – which would lead to a rapidly deteriorated security situation, possibly making it hard to get out.
The advisory also spells out that Americans still choosing to visit the country “should be aware that Russian military action anywhere in Ukraine would severely impact the US Embassyâ€™s ability to provide consular services, including assistance to US citizens in departing Ukraine.”
The document further summarizes the nature of the “Russian threat” in the below section:
U.S. citizens should be aware of reports that Russia is planning for significant military action against Ukraine. U.S. citizens are also reminded the security conditions, particularly along Ukraineâ€™s borders, in Russia-occupied Crimea, and in Russia-controlled eastern Ukraine, are unpredictable and can deteriorate with little notice.
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