The United States has deployed a special operation near Ethiopia to seek potential assistance from the U.S. Embassy

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The activation of some Army Rangers in the 1/75 Battalion shows that as armed groups allied with the Ethiopian government advance south to the capital Addis Ababa, the United States is increasingly worried about the deteriorating security situation.

A defense official with direct knowledge of the matter was referred to as a “precautionary plan.” The three warships in the Middle East were also on standby to support the evacuation if necessary, although State Department officials warned that there are no plans for a large-scale operation in Ethiopia. Military evacuation.

A senior U.S. State Department official told reporters on Monday: “There are no plans to allow U.S. troops to enter Ethiopia to facilitate withdrawal or to replicate our recent emergency efforts in Afghanistan. This is a unique situation for many reasons.” He emphasized that U.S. citizens should. Take off immediately with available commercial flights.

They said: “Of course, we have been making contingency plans for hypotheses, but again, there is absolutely no reason to do so when the airport is open.”

The official emphasized that U.S. citizens who need help when leaving Ethiopia on a commercial flight should contact the U.S. Embassy and pointed out that the U.S. Embassy can now provide consular services, “but we cannot predict when and whether the situation will change.”

In early November, “due to armed conflict, civil strife, and possible supply shortages,” the US State Department ordered non-emergency US government personnel and their families to leave the US Embassy in Addis Ababa.

The defense official with direct knowledge told CNN on Monday that the three amphibious warships currently in the Middle East-Essex, Portland, and Pearl Harbor-are already on standby for potential use. Evacuation of civilians. The official said that the United States is currently not expected to evacuate Americans on a large scale, but worried that even a small number of Americans may not be able to reach the airport and conduct commercial flights.

The U.S. Embassy issued frequent warnings to warn U.S. citizens to leave, and in early November it raised its travel warning to Ethiopia to level 4: Do not travel, and issued strict guidelines for those planning to travel or stay in the country, including Draft a will, leave the DNA sample to the healthcare provider, and designate someone as a contact in case the individual is taken hostage.

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