washington - The Russian ambassador to Washington, Sergei Kisljak, 66, has put this function on Saturday after almost ten years. The embassy has informed that Kisljak's duties are being observed by Denis Vladimirovitsj Gonchar.
Gonchar continues to do that until Kisljak's successor is installed. That is what Anatoli Antonov, 62, says. The Kremlin must formally approve Antonov's nomination for the important function, now there is so much about alleged Russian interference with the US presidential elections. Before he went to Foreign Affairs, Antonov was six years deputy secretary of defense. He is still a minister of ministry at his ministry.