Ukraine is once again calling out the Biden administration.
Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry condemned the US plans to evacuate some US diplomats and their families from the embassy in Kyiv.
They also seemingly pushed back against the idea that the situation is any worse than it has been.
Ukraine condemns U.S. decision to begin evacuating people from the country https://t.co/mbuWmnonYx
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Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry has condemned the U.S.’s move to evacuate some American diplomats and their family members from the embassy in Kyiv, in response to the build up of thousands of troops at the Ukrainian-Russian border and the imminent possibility of war.
On Saturday, ABC News reported that the U.S. State Department was preparing to approve the evacuation of some U.S. diplomats and diplomats’ families from the embassy in Kyiv. The U.K. has also taken a similar action. The orders show that some Western powers are bracing for a Russian invasion.
In a statement issued on Monday, Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs called the U.S. decision “premature and a manifestation of excessive caution.”
“In fact, there have been no radical changes in the security situation recently: the threat of new waves of Russian aggression has remained constant since 2014, and the accumulation of Russian troops near the state border began in April last year,” the ministry added.
Ukraine’s President previously called out Biden:
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