The US Ambassador left Russia

US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan flew home from Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport on the morning of April 22 to consult with the new White House administration.

The diplomat took off on an Aeroflot flight to London, from where he will transit to the United States.

Sullivan did not speak to the press before the flight.

On April 15, the United States imposed new sanctions on Russia, including, among other things, the expulsion of ten Russian diplomats from Washington. Moscow responded in the mirror and recommended that the American ambassador temporarily return to his homeland for consultations. The State Department confirmed that Sullivan would leave Moscow but promised that the ambassador would return to Russia in the coming weeks.

The Russian ambassador to Washington, Anatoly Antonov, was summoned to Moscow in mid-March. This happened after the release of an interview with US President Joe Biden. He answered in the affirmative to the question of whether he considers Vladimir Putin a murderer. Antonov remains in Moscow.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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