US citizens told to leave Russia immediately

The United States has told its citizens to leave Russia immediately because of the war in Ukraine and the risk of arbitrary arrest or harassment by Russian law enforcement.

“US citizens residing in or traveling to Russia should leave the country immediately,” the US Embassy in Moscow said.

“Because of the risk of unjust detention, the movement has raised awareness.”

“Don’t travel to Russia,” the embassy said.

The United States has repeatedly warned its citizens to leave Russia.

The last such public warning was made in September after President Vladimir Putin ordered partial mobilization.

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

“Russian authorities arbitrarily enforced local laws against religious activists of U.S. citizens and launched suspicious criminal investigations against U.S. citizens engaging in religious activities.”

In January, the Federal Security Service (FSB) announced that Russia had filed a criminal complaint against a U.S. citizen on suspicion of spying. US citizens told to leave Russia immediately

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