Germany has removed most of its staff from its embassy in Kyiv, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Berlin, according to DPA.
Most members of the families of diplomats and workers who do not need urgent assistance to run a diplomatic mission have left the country.
The German Consul General in Donetsk, who last worked on the Dnieper, is currently in Lviv, renewing his consular duties there.
The German government has advised German citizens to leave Ukraine following a warning from US President Joe Biden’s government about a possible imminent Russian attack.
During a visit to Egypt on Saturday, Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock said the German embassy in Kyiv would remain open but staff would be reduced.
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