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US advises its citizens on immediate departure as Russia intensifies attack on Ukraine

The US Intelligence has publicised the Russian intentions of intensifying the attack on Ukrainian civilian infrastructure and advised its citizens to immediately leave Ukraine. The US Embassy in Kyiv has urged its citizens still residing in Ukraine to leave the country as soon as possible. 

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The US Intelligence has publicised the Russian intentions of intensifying the attack on Ukrainian civilian infrastructure and advised its citizens to immediately leave Ukraine. The US Embassy in Kyiv has urged its citizens still residing in Ukraine to leave the country as soon as possible. 

The US State Department has warned about Russian intensified actions towards Ukraine. If you hear a loud explosion or sirens are activated, immediately seek cover,” the State Department said in its alert. 

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If in a home or a building, go to the lowest level of the structure with the fewest exterior walls, windows, and openings; close any doors and sit near an interior wall, away from any windows or openings, the department alerted.The announcement was made anonymously, owing to a lack of authority in making the intel public. 

A Russian missile attack in the city of Kharkiv is known to have killed around 19 people, as per president Volodymyr Zelenskyy. So far, 3500 cruise missiles have been fired by Russia. 

American President Joe Biden had spoken with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, French PM Emmanuel Macron along with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz discussing the shelling incident at Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant. 

Earlier, in a telephonic conversation with Emmanuel Macron, Russian President Vladimir Putin had agreed to allow the inspection of the plant by UN officials.

The Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant has been under the control of Russian troops as the Ukrainian researchers and technicians continue to work under their directions and supervision.

Although the intensification of the attack is not specifically related to Zaporizhzhia concerns. The Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell stated on Monday the “single most important thing going on in the world right now is to beat the Russians in Ukraine”.

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The Ukrainian Independence Day will coincide with the six-month mark of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. 

 

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