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USA-Russia-Diplomacy: United States Ambassador in Russia returned to Moscow
Moscow (Reuters) - The US Ambassador in Russia, John Sullivan, returned Thursday to Moscow, he had left last April on the background of diplomatic crisis between Washington and the Kremlin, then That relations between the two countries have improved somewhat since the summit between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin.
The US and Russian presidents met on June 16 in Geneva (Switzerland) for discussions they described as pragmatic and in which they agreed on the return of their respective ambassadors.
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"Back to Moscow today," said John Sullivan, according to comments shared on Twitter by the spokesman for the American Embassy. "Ready to work with (...) Russia to our objective of stable and predictable relationship between our two countries".
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earlier, the Russian Interfax news agency reported that the US diplomat had declared that Russia and United States had to Being "open and francs" one towards the other on the questions on which they disagree.
John Sullivan had left Moscow in April, saying back to Washington for consultations, four days after the Kremlin had suggested in the United States to recall his ambassador on the background of diplomatic tensions.
Moscow had previously recalled his ambassador to the United States after Joe Biden said at a televised interview he thought that Vladimir Putin was a "killer" and that the two countries were mutually inflicted with sanctions.
(Polina Report Ivanova and Tom Balmforth; French version Jean Terzian, edited by Sophie Louet)
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