Voice of America
US Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan is preparing for his return to Moscow soon. This was announced by the press secretary of the US Embassy in Russia, Jason Rebholz, on Twitter, quoting Sullivan's statement.
“After an important summit, I look forward to returning to Moscow soon to lead a strong team at the US Embassy,” Sullivan said in a statement.
According to him, in Moscow, he plans to start implementing the directives outlined by US President Joe Biden in Geneva, including issues of strategic stability, human rights, stable and predictable relations with Russia.
The US and Russian ambassadors will return to their diplomatic posts and take up their functions, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday in Geneva, Switzerland.
The question of when that would happen is a “purely technical one,” he said.
Meanwhile, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov will return to Washington by the end of June. This was announced by the Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Ryabkov.
"Russian Ambassador Antonov will return to Washington before the end of June," he said.
According to the ambassador himself, upon arrival in the United States, diplomats will begin to "clean up" the accumulated problems.