Germany advises its citizens to leave Ukraine if their presence is not strictly necessary

MADRID, Feb. 12 (Royals Blue) –

The German government has recommended this Saturday to its citizens to leave Ukraine if it is not strictly necessary for them to remain in the country, given the uptick in tension in recent hours over the accumulation of Russian troops on the country’s border.

“If you are currently in Ukraine, please confirm that your presence is strictly required. Otherwise, please leave the country as soon as possible,” according to a foreign statement.

“Tensions between Russia and Ukraine have further increased in recent days in view of the presence and mass movements of Russian military units near the Ukrainian borders. A military confrontation cannot be ruled out,” the German Ministry statement added.

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The German consulate general in Dnipro will move to the city of Lviv, also known as Lviv and 70 kilometers from the Polish border for staff to work further from the front line between Ukrainian government forces and Russian-backed separatists. in the east of the country.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz is scheduled to visit Ukraine on Monday. The next day, Scholz wants to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow, in what will be his first meeting since he became head of government.

Germany thus becomes the last country to issue an exit recommendation in the face of the possibility of a Russian invasion of Ukraine, which Moscow categorically denies.

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The United States, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Latvia, Israel, Estonia, Norway, Japan and South Korea have issued similar recommendations in recent hours.

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