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Washington calls on its citizens to leave Ukraine « immediately »

The US Embassy in Ukraine has warned that Russia could strike civilian infrastructure and government buildings « in the coming days », and called on US citizens to leave the country. On the diplomatic side, Polish President Andrzej Duda is in kyiv to reaffirm his determination to help Ukraine in the face of the Russian invasion. Follow live the latest events.

  • 10:31 a.m .: Russia could “intensify” its strikes on civilian infrastructure, according to the American embassy

The US Embassy in Ukraine has warned that Russia could strike civilian infrastructure and government buildings « in the coming days », and called on US citizens to « leave Ukraine now ».

“The Department of State has information that Russia is intensifying its efforts to launch strikes against civilian infrastructure and government facilities in Ukraine in the coming days,” the embassy said in a message posted on its website, without further details on the places potentially concerned.

She called on US citizens to “leave Ukraine now using available private ground transportation.”

  • 9:14 a.m.: Polish President Duda in Kyiv to discuss aid to Ukraine

Polish President Andrzej Duda has arrived in Kyiv to discuss further support for Ukraine, including military aid for the country invaded by Russia last February, according to chief of staff Pawel Szrot.

« The visit will include a meeting with President Volodymyr Zelensky and discussions on military support and defense of Ukraine in economic, humanitarian and political matters, » Pawel Szrot told reporters.

With AFP and Reuters

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