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Articles with tag "Diplomacy"
Ahead of Tense Putin-Biden Summit, Few in Russia Expect Breakthroughs
Analysts in Moscow said the most that can be expected is a return to the predictable antagonism of the Cold War era.
U.S. Consul in Yekaterinburg Leaves Russia as Diplomatic Foothold Shrinks
“When I return home, I will tell Americans ... how much Americans and Russians have in common," Amy Storrow said.
U.S. Embassy to Temporarily Resume Consular Services as Russia Pauses Hiring Ban
The Embassy will temporarily resume services to U.S. citizens through July 16.
U.S. Halts Consular Services in Russia After Diplomatic Row
Russia earlier this year banned U.S. diplomatic missions from employing non-Americans, forcing the embassy to reduce its "consular workforce by 75%."
U.S. Embassy Spokeswoman Expelled From Russia
Rebecca Ross' expulsion is reportedly in retaliation for the U.S. not allowing Moscow to fill the vacancy for its embassy spokesperson in Washington.
U.S. Embassy to Cut Staff, Most Visas for Russians as Moscow Bans ‘Unfriendly’ Hiring
Starting May 12, the U.S. Embassy in Moscow will only offer emergency U.S. citizen services and emergency immigrant visas.
Russia Expels 7 EU Diplomats Over 'Solidarity' With Czechs
Slovakia and the Baltic states had expelled Russian diplomats after Prague accused Moscow of being behind a deadly 2014 arms depot blast.
Ukraine Expels Russian Diplomat in Tit-for-Tat Move
The move adds to a recent wave of diplomatic expulsions that have embroiled Russian and European embassies.
‘Small D Energy:’ Russian Embassy’s Foul-Mouthed Tweet Sparks Uproar
The tweet ridiculed the Baltic states’ expulsion of Russian diplomats in solidarity with the Czech Republic.
persona non grata
Russia Expels 2 Bulgarian Diplomats in Tit-for-Tat Move
The move comes as a host of European countries have accused Moscow of stepping up increasingly aggressive espionage tactics.
U.S. Ambassador in Russia to Return to Washington for Consultations
Russia had advised Ambassador Sullivan to return home for “serious consultations” following tit-for-tat sanctions and diplomat expulsions.
Russia Says Expulsion of Diplomats from Prague 'Provocative'
"We categorically do not agree with these conclusions," the Kremlin said of Prague's expulsion of 18 Russian diplomats accused of spying.
Moscow Lashes Out After Prague Accuses Skripal Suspects Over Deadly Blast
Czech authorities had expelled 18 Russian diplomats identified as secret agents of security services suspected of involvement in a 2014 explosion.
Czech Govt Expels 18 Russian Diplomats Over 2014 Blast
"We are in a situation similar to that in Britain following the attempted poisoning in Salisbury in 2018," Prime Minister Andrej Babis said.
Russia, Ukraine Expel Diplomats as Tensions Soar
The detention of a Ukrainian consul in St. Petersburg comes at a time of global concern of a repeat of Moscow's 2014 aggression.
Russia Bans Top Biden Officials as Tensions Soar
The wave of tit-for-tat sanctions and expulsions of diplomats follows Washington's toughest measures against Moscow in years.
line in the sand
Russian Envoy Unlikely to Return to U.S. in Near Future, Deputy FM Says
Anatoly Antonov was recalled to Moscow for emergency talks after U.S. President Joe Biden called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “killer.”
U.S. Slashes Visa Services at Consulates in Russia
The changes leave the U.S. Embassy in Moscow and its consular district as the last U.S. diplomatic mission in Russia.
Russian Envoy Planning U.S. Return After Biden ‘Killer’ Comment
Russia summoned its ambassador to Washington to discuss bilateral ties after Biden's remark, an unprecedented move in recent years.
Russian Foreign Minister Says EU ‘Destroyed’ Relations with Moscow
“There are no relations with the European Union as an organization,” Sergei Lavrov said during his visit to China.
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