US Ambassador John Bass completes his mission in Georgia

6 July 2012 - 6:21pm
US Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador to Georgia, John Bass
has completed his mission in the country and in the next few days will
leave Georgia, News-Georgia reports, referring to a spokesman for the
US Embassy.
John R. Bass officially began his duties in the autumn of 2009.
The next ambassador will become Richard Norland, who has worked as US
Ambassador to Uzbekistan, and before that worked at the US Embassy in
Afghanistan, as well as in Latvia and Russia.

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