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On the eastern edges of Europe, Russia has invested in a mighty new push to take the sovereign nation of Ukraine for itself, amassing a rather enormous force of soldiers, weapons, and vehicles – the largest such maneuvering of the entire conflict thus far.

It could be a matter of desperation at this point, with reports continuing to suggest that Moscow is running low on military resources and morale.

Of course, this desperation makes Russian President Vladimir Putin all the more dangerous, and the US Embassy is now issuing a startling directive for Americans living overseas.

The U.S. State Department on Monday ordered all U.S. citizens in Russia to leave immediately as the war in Ukraine ramps up and concerns over arbitrary detentions mount.

“U.S. citizens residing or traveling in Russia should depart immediately,” the U.S. embassy in Moscow warned. “Exercise increased caution due to the risk of wrongful detentions.”

In a stark message the department also said, “Do not travel to Russia.”

And also:

The embassy warned that its ability to help U.S. citizens in Russia was severely limited due to staffing limitations, travel restrictions and the suspension of consular services.

All Americans have been warned to find a way out of the country immediately and reminded that U.S. debit or credit cards do not work in Russia, and the electronic transfer of funds has become increasingly difficult due to sanctions.

“Russian security services have arrested U.S. citizens on spurious charges, singled out U.S. citizens in Russia for detention and harassment, denied them fair and transparent treatment, and convicted them in secret trials or without presenting credible evidence,” the embassy added.

Should Russia’s latest iteration of the invasion fail, there’s no telling just how ugly things could get.

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