The United States sent to the capital of Russia the request for consent on the new head of the diplomatic mission, John Tefft. Russia is likely to respond positively, informs on the first day of the week's print edition.
U.S. Ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul has announced its return to the Motherland on 4 February. First printed edition of the new York times referring to sources in the White house announced that President Barack Obama prepares to appoint John Tefft (John F. Tefft) the U.S. Ambassador in the capital of Russia. Tefft from late 2009 to August 2013 was U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine, first worked as an Ambassador in Lithuania (2000-2003) and in Georgia (2005-2009), held the post of Deputy head of the us diplomatic mission in the capital of Russia in 1996-1999.
about that the other day the Washington sent to the capital of Russia the request for obtaining do that on a new Ambassador in Russia John Tefft, told Kommersant sources close to the state Department, and confirmed the interlocutors in Russian diplomatic circles. The US cherish the hope that the Russian Federation will not be long delay with the answer, and the probability of refusal to do that, despite the crisis in the relations of two countries, in the U.S. capital is considered minimal, the magazine writes.
" the White house finally decided on the policy of the Russian Federation. New reboot will not, and in the remaining two and a half years the administration of Barack Hussein Obama will try to reduce cooperation with Russia ", - explained the source in the state Department and the US Tefft.
anyway, According to sources of the newspaper in Russian diplomatic circles, Moscow, most likely, will respond positively to requests to do that." The policy is not defined by the ambassadors, " said the sources.