Many countries are calling on citizens to leave Ukraine

2022-05-11 0 By

All Americans in Ukraine should leave the country within the next 24 to 48 hours, U.S. National Security Adviser John Sullivan said Thursday, amid rising tensions in eastern Ukraine.Sullivan: U.S. citizens should be in the next 24 to 48 hours to leave Ukraine 11, local time, the U.S. national security adviser, Sullivan briefing at the White House issued a statement, said according to the latest information, the Russian military action to Ukraine may begin at any time, the United States and its Allies are ready to respond to the future possible situation.In his remarks, Sullivan also issued a warning to U.S. citizens remaining in Ukraine, saying all Americans should leave the country as soon as possible.He said the United States would not be able to guarantee a military evacuation of American citizens in Ukraine in the event of Russian military action.Separately, given the current tensions, Sullivan said U.S. President Joe Biden will hold a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday EASTERN Time to discuss the situation in eastern Ukraine, but did not announce the exact time of the call.In the process of the CONTINUOUS pressure on Russia by the United States, Europe continues to mediate and mediate the russia-Ukraine border conflict.French President Emmanuel Macron and His Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will discuss the border conflict between Russia and Ukraine by phone at noon on Tuesday local time, the French presidential palace said on Sunday evening, adding that France and Europe still want to resolve the crisis through diplomacy and dialogue.On The same day, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu met with visiting British Defense Secretary William Wallace in Moscow.Shoigu said the West could help ease tensions by stopping supplying arms to Ukraine.On the same day, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said NATO was seeking an excuse to continue strengthening its military presence near The Russian border by stoking tensions around Ukraine.The US and UK governments advised their citizens to leave Ukraine as soon as possible, while the European Union began evacuating non-essential staff, apparently adding to the already tense situation between Russia and Ukraine.Oil prices rose sharply on Monday as continuing geopolitical tensions in Russia, a major producer and exporter of oil and gas, heightened market concerns.Light crude for March delivery rose more than 5% intraday, hitting its highest since Sept. 30, 2014, on the New York Mercantile Exchange.By the end of the day, the main contracts in New York and Brent were up 3.58 per cent and 3.31 per cent respectively.Germany’s federal government has asked its citizens to leave Ukraine because of the tense situation on the border with the country, the Foreign Ministry said On Tuesday.According to German Foreign Minister Berberk, the German embassy in Ukraine will remain open, but with a reduced number of staff.The federal Foreign Ministry issued a formal statement to German citizens in Ukraine, saying: “If you are currently in Ukraine, please confirm the necessity – if not, leave the country at short notice.”The German foreign ministry also warned that a military clash could not be ruled out because of the large troop buildup on the Ukrainian border and the increased tension between Russia and Ukraine in the past.The statement advised employees of German financial institutions, members of international organizations, teachers and family members of embassy staff in Ukraine to leave the country.Belbock stressed that Germany remains fully committed to seeking a diplomatic solution to the conflict and that German Chancellor Gerhard Schorz will visit Russia next week.On the one hand, “we are ready to talk,” Belbock said;On the other hand, Germany must be prepared for all eventualities.The United States, Britain, Denmark, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands have also asked their citizens to leave Ukraine.Australian Foreign Minister Peter Payne said Thursday that the Australian embassy in Kiev will be evacuated due to the security situation in Ukraine.Editor: Bao Lu Lead editor: Jin Xiaoying