Message for U.S. Citizens: American Citizen Services Unit New Address

The American Citizen Services Unit of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, Russia, moved to a new location. New address : 8 Bolshoy Deviatinsky Pereulok, 121099, Moscow, Russia Please note new Security Regulations: Applicants are not permitted to enter the U.S. Embassy/Consulate while carrying any of the following items: Electronic devices: cellular phones, photo cameras, video cameras, laptop computers, tablets ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens

June 12, 2017 The U.S. Embassy is receiving reports that the organizers of the anti-corruption rally scheduled for today at 2:00pm in Moscow are moving the location to Tverskaya Street. If this is the case clashes with between protesters and police are possible. Use caution in the area and avoid all demonstrations. Violence during protests ...
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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Potential Large Demonstrations in Moscow and Across Russia

Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Potential Large Demonstrations in Moscow and Across Russia April 6, 2017 U.S. Citizens are advised that there is a possibility of large-scale, government-sanctioned public rallies this evening, April 6, in central Moscow and on Saturday, April 8, in various cities in Russia.  Information on public media indicates that the event ...
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“Never forget. Never again.” A blog post by Ambassador Tefft.

Today marks the 72nd anniversary of an act of heroism of the Soviet Army — the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. In remembering this historic day, we are called to reflect on the horrors of the Holocaust and honor the six million Jews and millions of Slavs, Roma, Jehovah’s Witnesses, persons with disabilities, and ...
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Why U.S. — Russia Trade Still Matters. An op-ed by Ambassador Tefft.

Sanctions and counter­sanctions might dominate the headlines, but the local backstory is one of mutually beneficial cooperation. First appeared in  The Moscow Times  on December 22, 2016. By  John F. Tefft In my time in Moscow, I have sometimes encountered misunderstanding about the nature of the United States’ trade relationship with Russia, and the U.S. government’s role in it. This confusion ...
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