US reopens embassy in Kyiv after closure forced by war
The United States reopened its embassy in Kyiv Wednesday after closing it for three months due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the state department said. "We stand proudly with, and continue to support, the government and people of Ukraine as they defend their country from the Kremlin's brutal war of aggression," secretary of state Antony Blinken said.
US Reopens Embassy in Kyiv: State Department
The US said the Ukrainian people, 'with our security assistance, have defended their homeland in the face of Russia's unconscionable invasion, and, as a result, the Stars and Stripes are flying over the embassy once again'
US embassy in Kyiv reopens after three months – video
The US embassy in Kyiv has reopened three months after it closed due to Russia's impending invasion of Ukraine. A small number of diplomats will return to staff the embassy but consular operations will not resume immediately. The embassy closed on 14 February as Russian forces massed outside Ukraine.Russia-Ukraine war: latest updatesContinue reading...
Ukraine updates: U.S. reopens embassy in Ukraine after 3 months
What's happening in Ukraine on Wednesday: The United States has re-opened its embassy in Ukraine three months after shuttering it and withdrawing American diplomats from Kyiv ahead of Russia's invasion in February.