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Nebenzya has expressed the hope that US will not reduce number of Russian diplomats

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Nebenzya has expressed the hope that US will not reduce number of Russian diplomats


10.08.2017

The measures that Russia and US undertake to reduce its staffing in both countries will not affect those diplomats who work for United Nations, Russia's Permanent Representative to the United Nations Vasily Nebenzya has stated.

He has underlined that his mission has received accreditation at the UN, not in USA. And despite the fact that headquarters of organization are located in New York he does not expect expulsion from American authorities.

Nebenzya has expressed the hope that US will not reduce number of Russian diplomats in America, in spite of Rex Tillerson’s statement.

Let us remember, that after Donald Trump has signed new anti-Russian act. That affects gas and banking sectors, Vladimir Putin has ordered to draw down US Embassy staff in Russia to make it even with the number of Russian diplomats working in US. Russian authorities have seized several US diplomatic properties in Moscow.

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