John Chandrapati: Sergei Pyatakov / RIA Novosti
U.S. Ambassador to Moscow John huntsman said that he liked the Russian capital, but lack of Sun and views of their native mountains of Utah. This is stated in the Twitter account of the Embassy.
“The more I learn about this city, the more attractions visited, the more I meet people the more I like him, the less I miss my home in the United States, he said. — Of course, I don’t have the opportunity to go to one. I miss the Sun I miss the nice view of the mountains in Utah”.
The huntsman asked readers to name their favorite places in Russian cities — restaurants, coffee shops, attractions, and declared that “with pleasure would meet there.”
January 21, the huntsman took part in the Epiphany bathing. He plunged into the baptismal font of the new Jerusalem monastery in Moscow and called it “an unforgettable moment and experience.”
The huntsman was appointed U.S. Ambassador to Russia in October last year, succeeding John Tefft; before that, he worked in every presidential administration since Ronald Reagan. 57-year-old American profess Mormonism and holds a bachelor of arts degree in international politics. Prior to his appointment as Ambassador to Russia, he knew Russian language.
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