''The United States on Sunday updated its I travel advisory for Ukraine urging American citizens to leave the country and authorizing the departure of some embassy employees.
“On January 23, 2022, the Department of State authorized the voluntary departure of US direct-hire employees and ordered the departure of eligible family members from Embassy Kyiv due to the continued threat of Russian military action. US citizens in Ukraine should consider departing now using commercial or other privately available transportation options," the State Department said in an advisory on Sunday. This advisory said Russia is planning significant military action against Ukraine.
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