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Families of US Embassy personnel in Ukraine ordered to begin evacuating as soon as Monday: officials

Ukraine to begin evacuating the country as soon as Monday, U.S. officials tell Fox News.Next week, the State Department is also expected to encourage Americans to begin leaving Ukraine by commercial flights, "while those are still available," one official said.Moscow has massed tens of thousands of troops at the border with Ukraine, leading to fears of an invasion.Late Friday night, the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine announced the first shipment of ammunition had arrived as directed by President Biden. RUSSIA UPS MILITARY DRILLS AMID TENSIONS OVER UKRAINEFILE - An aerial view of the U.S.

Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine, in 2020. (Igor Golovniov/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) U.S. officials say small arms ammunition constitute the bulk of the 200,000 pounds of what the State Department is calling lethal aid – needed by Ukrainian soldiers on the front lines.

U.S. officials also tell Fox that Javelin anti-tank missiles are expected to arrive early next week from the Baltic states and from U.S. military stockpiles.UKRAINE-RUSSIA TENSIONS: NATO EXERCISE PLANNED FOR NEXT WEEK TO SHOW ‘DEFENSE OF THE ALLIANCE’A view of the U.S.

Embassy in Moscow, Jan. 21, 2022. (Vladimir GerdoTASS via Getty Images) Advanced Russian fighter jets have now arrived in Belarus, north of Ukraine.

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Ukraine to begin evacuating the country as soon as Monday, U.S. officials tell Fox News.Next week, the State Department is also expected to encourage Americans to begin leaving Ukraine by commercial flights, "while those are still available," one official said.Moscow has massed tens of thousands of troops at the border with Ukraine, leading to fears of an invasion.Late Friday night, the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine announced the first shipment of ammunition had arrived as directed by President Biden. RUSSIA UPS MILITARY DRILLS AMID TENSIONS OVER UKRAINEFILE - An aerial view of the U.S.
MOSCOW (AP) - With tens of thousands of Russian troops positioned near Ukraine, the Kremlin has kept the U.S. and its allies guessing about its next moves in the worst security crisis to emerge between Moscow and the West since the Cold War.Amid fears of an imminent attack on Ukraine, Russia has further upped the ante by announcing more military drills in the region.

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