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US alerts of increased Russian bombardment of Ukraine

ed States Embassy in Kyiv has warned of increased Russian military strikes on Ukraine ahead of the latter’s independence day.

A statement on its website advised Americans to leave the country if safe to do so.

It said the Department of State has information that Russia is stepping up efforts to launch strikes against civilian infrastructure and government facilities.

The Embassy urged U.S. citizens “to depart Ukraine now using privately available ground transportation options”.

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