Security warning from the US embassy in Kiev

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US citizens who are still present in the nation have been instructed by the diplomatic mission to stay away from “large gatherings and organized events”

Citizens of the United States who are still in Ukraine have been strongly cautioned against joining any sizable public rallies, according to a security advisory posted on the embassy’s website on Thursday.

Insisting that “huge crowds and organized activities” may “serve as Russian military targets” anywhere in the nation, it said that the “security situation throughout Ukraine continues to be violent and unpredictable.”

The alert warned that US citizens in Ukraine should not “rely on US government assistance” but instead act according to their own “contingency plan,” which has to be developed in advance.

Commenting on the US embassy’s alert on Telegram on Thursday, Russian Foreign Ministry’s spokeswoman Maria Zakharova wrote that the diplomats omitted to mention “that Washington is supplying the Kiev regime with US weapons which is provoking the continuation of the conflict and people’s deaths.

The US alert was sent on Thursday, hours after a devastating explosion rocked the city of Vinnitsa in central Ukraine. Kiev claims that the strike resulted in the deaths of 22 people, including three children, and hundreds of other injuries.

In a statement released on Friday, the Russian military acknowledged firing a missile at a target in Vinnitsa but denied targeting people on purpose. The local House of Officers building was the location of the attack on top military leaders from Ukraine, according to the Defense Ministry.

The strike is supposed to have resulted in the deaths of all participants. The conversations, according to the ministry, were about “transferring more airplanes and weaponry systems as well as the maintenance of the Ukrainian military aviation fleet.”

While certain that their respective forces are solely bombing military objectives like equipment and troops, Kiev and Moscow have regularly accused one another of hitting civilian targets.

On February 24, Russia dispatched soldiers into Ukraine, blaming Kiev for failing to carry out the Minsk accords, which were meant to provide the Donetsk and Lugansk regions special status inside the Ukrainian state. The protocols were first signed in 2014 and were mediated by Germany and France. Petro Poroshenko, a former leader of Ukraine, has now acknowledged that Kiev’s primary objective was to exploit the truce to gain time and “build significant armed forces.”


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