However, John Sullivan promised that he will return to Russia “in the next few weeks”, and then President Biden and President Putin may meet.
U.S. Ambassador to Russia John Sullivan returns to the U.S. ” this week” For some “advisory”In the context of increasing tensions between the two rivals, he announced on Tuesday, April 20, that he will be stationed in the AFP Embassy. “I think it’s important to talk directly with my new colleagues in the Biden administration in Washington about the current state of bilateral relations between the United States and Russia.”Mr. Sullivan’s spokesperson, Rebecca Ross, quoted him.
Mr. Sullivan assured him “Prior to any meeting between President Biden and President Putin, he will return to Moscow in the next few weeks.”.
Moscow has “Respected” The U.S. ambassador returned to Washington last week “Conduct in-depth and serious consultations”.Russian ambassador to Washington, Anatoly Antonov, was recalled to Moscow from March 17 to December “advisory”After President Joe Biden called Vladimir Putin “Killer”.
Since last week, after the President of the United States made recommendations in this direction, Russia plans to meet with Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden, which Russia welcomes.According to Moscow, holding such a summit in a neutral country is “Under Research”.
The tension between Moscow and Washington reached its peak due to differences between Ukraine, the fate of imprisoned Russian rival Alexei Navalny, and allegations of espionage, election interference and cyberattacks.