John Sullivan: US Ambassador to Russia Resigns

Sullivan rising tension Between the US and Russia that has not been seen in decades. He served as ambassador in Moscow for nearly three years before overseeing the embassy, ​​which faced increasing restrictions imposed by the Russian government.

“U.S. Ambassador to Russia John J. Sullivan today completed his term as U.S. Ambassador to Russia and departed Moscow,” the U.S. Embassy in Russia said at a press conference.

“Ambassador Sullivan was appointed in December 2019 and has served as ambassador for nearly three years. I am retiring from a public service career that has served five U.S. presidents over the years.”

The embassy added that Elizabeth Rude will take over as acting ambassador until a successor takes over.


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