OK, I get that these guys are in a jam and all, but...
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...what's the embassy going to do if the whole country has been knocked out?
It's an embassy. It relies on the country's telephone and utility systems. If that's all gone, what can the embassy do? It's not off the grid. The grid is down. The airport is blocked. The cops are busy finding and burying people. Everyone is in the same shitty boat you are.
Of course the embassy is there to help. Of course. But it's an office building, filled with office workers. They're not the army.
But somehow, in all that spotty wifi, you still managed to complain about the aid you are getting, including direct access to the Minister. Jeebus.